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Period VI: New Conceptualizations Of Society & Culture By New Technologies

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Acceptance Of Human Rights Spread 0:46
    • Why Oppose Human rights
    • National Leaders Agree To Universal Human Rights ?
    • Concept A Western Idea And Doesn't Fit?
  • Universal Declaration Of Human Rights 5:07
    • Larger After WWII
    • War Crimes
    • People Became More Sensitive To Problems People Faced
    • Solution?
    • The Answer Is Human Rights
    • Publication Of Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
    • Inalienable Rights
    • Born Free
  • Universal Declaration, Article 26 9:46
    • Taking Human Rights To Education
    • Equally Accessible On The Basis Of Merit
    • Respect For Human Rights And Fundamental Freedoms
    • Prior Right To Choose Kind Of Education
  • Limited Success Of Human Rights 13:13
    • Pierre N. Leval In Foreign Affairs
  • Cultural Identities And Reactions 15:03
    • Wish To Be Understood
    • Chains Of Culture
    • Queer
    • Negritude
  • Negritude 19:57
    • Equality Of All Races
  • Black Is Beautiful 21:07
    • Harlem Renaissance
  • On The Other Hand, Exclusion Politics 23:35
    • Xenophobia
    • Large People Movements
    • Understandable Resistance
    • Political Movements
  • New Forms Of Spirituality Emerge 27:43
    • Falun Gong
    • Li Hongzhi
    • QiGong
    • Combines Exercises With Moral Teachings
    • Moral Teachings Are Important
    • Five Exercises
  • Emergent Fundamentalism 33:10
    • Strayed Way Off-Course Led To Weakness And Unfaithfulness
    • Return To the Past When Religion Was Pure
    • God Will Reward
  • Key Concept 34:37
    • New Ideas Challenged Old Assumptions