Apple iPhone 4 Launches In China

Apple Stock Rises Up To $600 As New Ipad Launch Draws Closer

Posted March 16, 2012 by Ralph King

Right about now there are thousands if not millions of people all over the world who are lining up for the “new” Ipad. As some die-hard Apple fans started lining up yesterday morning, Apple shares peaked at an astounding $600 per share.

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The One Week Work Project- 52 Jobs in 52 Weeks

Posted March 6, 2012 by Recultured Team

While surfing on the internet to search for some clues on what I should be doing after I graduate, with the strong belief that Google will give me an answer as it did for all my other resesarch papers. The One week work project had caught my attention after and would like to share with […]

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Money & Politics

The Price of Sex (sex & violence guaranteed)

Posted January 27, 2012 by Recultured Team

I’m pretty sure that you have heard this saying that “sex and violence” is what the audiences in the cinema are there for. The scene of one man being able to kill 200 faceless villains with a gun and the sexy scenes of male and female character just give us the thrills! Yet, there is always […]

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‘Girls will be girls’ and ‘Boys will be boys’

Posted January 24, 2012 by Recultured Team

Last month, I wrote part of the following post in response to an online discussion I had with my friends regarding ‘gendered’ (what constitutes as ‘feminine’ and ‘masculine’) presents for our Secret Santa gift exchange, and I think it would be worth sharing: Gender socialization, such as ‘pink’ for girls and ‘blue’ for boys, is […]

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Asexuality – Redefining Love and Sexuality

Posted January 9, 2012 by Recultured Team

The topic of ‘asexuality’ greatly intrigued me after reflecting on a guest lecture in my Sociology of Sexualities class (SOCI 369) about anti-homophobia and sex education in schools; the speaker mentioned that because sex and sexual desires are emphasized as the norm in sex education, discourse around asexuality (valuing romantic but not sexual relationships) is often ignored. I was […]

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