Personal geogrpahy of Sheffield - Elitism is efficient

10 Nov 2010 by Karl Hallam

Long term Cadence collaborator Professor Danny Dorling has teamed up with Sheffield College lecturer Carl Lee to do a series of films about inequality. They are great. Thought provoking and quite funny in bits too (not always intentionally).

The first one is called 'Elitism is Efficient - A Personal Geography of Injustice: Part I'. It is all based in Sheffield and combines Danny's broader analysis with Carl's knowledge of the city as a long term resident, geogrpaphy lecturer of local kids and author of a book on the city.

We use film more now and for a topic like this it makes some of the harder to accept information more difficult to ignore. We'll highlight the others of the next few weeks. 

Part 1 - Elitism is Efficient







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Reply #1 on : Tue October 16, 2012, 19:32:42
I'm Dr, D.We'll take one step at a time to make things easy to unnsdetard. Yankees plan on excercising Swisher's $10.25 mil option! Bad move. Swisher's up beat mannor is fun to watch, but that is countered by things he can not do on the field, like GOOD SPEED and batting over 260 as a switch hitter. I like Swisher's 30 homers a year but its not needed. We have enough home run hitters on the team (imbalance).Currently, the Yankees have at least three players (Nunez, Dickerson, and Golson) that have more speed and stronger arms than Swisher in right field as indicated by Joe during late inning defensive replacements. Given the chance, (which Joe will not give them) each one can match Swisher's career batting average of around 250. They are younger, bring more tools to the game than Swisher and will cost alot less. This is an easy call but difiicult to see if your blind.That's it for now, next post is "The Main Cause for Losing to Detroit''.

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