Mots clefs ‘Sociologie’

Youth Pen

The tightly woven narrative of a young man who was there when the Feds’ most ambitious plan backfired. America is still paying the price. Confronted with an unprecedented flood of young federal felons in the late 1960s, the Bureau of Prisons decided to isolate the youth of America in a penitentiary geared solely toward convicts between the ages of 18 and 28; to keep these young offenders from older convict populations. Nonviolent youths who had committed victimless crimes were caged in an environment that drove them to become even more criminal in order to survive.

French Attitude : 101 behavioural attributes of Frenchship

This book just might save you a lot of relational problems if you are going to live in France. In any case it will open your eyes to a profound behavioural psyche even if you don’t want to settle in France. For the French, this will be a unique perspective, looking from outside in.

Brian C.Kelly lives in France for ver nine years, with five of those spent studying and the rest working in the private sector. This book is the result of a the severe culture shock and challenging experience he had on first moving to France. Brian’s perspective on French behaviour was further sharpened by his experience of other cultures, this time after leaving France. His concern at these subtle, yet significant differences in attitude prompted him to pen down his thoughts and that of others in a work that offers a fresch perspective into “Frenchship”.

If you matter about foreign attitudes, you can talk and learn more about it on www.poeplesattitude.net.

THE DEATH OF AN INSTITUTION

THE DEATH OF AN INSTITUTION is a humorous take on entrepreneurs and employees. It takes us through the journey from the birth of an idea to its death and offers an opportunity to
not only identify personal and organizational flaws, but nurture talent and potential, improve performance and make life more endurable for contemporaries. Its goal is the overall development
of employers and employees as people, and their relationship being symbiotic rather than parasitic, striving to make a better organization.

Youth Pen

Youth Pen is the tightly woven narrative of a young man who was there when the Feds’ most ambitious plan backfired. And America is still paying the price. Confronted with an unprecedented flood of young federal felons in the late 1960s, the Bureau of Prisons decided to isolate the youth of America in a penitentiary geared solely toward convicts between the ages of 18 and 28; and to keep
these young offenders from older convict populations. Nonviolent youths who had committed victimless crimes were caged in an environment that drove them to become even more criminal in
order to survive.