A Snippet of Advice on Cultural Analysis

The technological advancement and technological revolution may have brought lots of advancements to the quality of life. But when we are not careful we are gliding down again becoming to be used as machines, with no respect any more for the value of life and social community. Everything seems to be sacrificed for economical growth.

James E. Addicott

Offered this advice to a student today:

“Imagine you’re in a factory looking at the massive amount of products being churned out by an industrial machine. They are all so multicoloured and so various that trying to take note of them all makes you feed bedazzled. A better approach would be to look at the machine, then the factory, and so on”.

Black Friday Riots at ASDA (Wallmart)

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