Archive for ‘1 SOCIOLOGICAL MUSIC VIDEOS’

2016/01/29

Marx and Engels – Means of Production – The Chemical Brothers

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No copyright violation intended. Love, DJ Academe

2015/08/06

Densho – Japanese American History – YouTube Channel

Check out this YouTube channel called Densho. I discovered Densho while searching for videos on Japanese internment.

Densho is a treasure trove of historical information and case studies, with the “evacuees” speaking for themselves. Most videos have excellent closed captions and are trimmed to a short enough length for efficient embedding.

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Description from YouTube Channel:

Densho is a Japanese term meaning “to pass on to the next generation.” The legacy we offer is an American story with continuing relevance.

Using digital technology, Densho provides access to personal testimonies, historic photographs and documents, an online encyclopedia, and teacher resources to explore principles of democracy and promote justice. We seek to educate students and inspire them to act in defense of liberty and the highest values of our country.

Densho presents a thorough accounting of what happened to Japanese Americans during a time of war. In doing so, we hope to contribute to current debates about civil liberties during times of national emergency.

We believe that citizens and residents equipped with knowledge of the human costs and consequences of civil rights violations for the few are better equipped to protect the civil rights of all.

DJ Academe’s Favorite Playlists:

2015/03/16

Conflict Theory and Race — Sociology Music Video Playlist

2015/03/16

Structural Functionalism – Teaching Sociology with Music Videos

2014/11/12

Family — Sociology Music Video Playlist

2014/08/19

Sociological Imagination – Teaching Sociology with Music Videos

Videos that can illuminate aspects of the sociological imagination and the sociological perspective in general, including: making the familiar strange, connecting biography and history, connecting private troubles and public issues, verstehen, empathy, and “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.”