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The First Model: The present existing power columns of social function, adn economic function.  How they function to each other.

This relfects how the creative thinking processes, along with a constructed social and economic column-how everything relates to each other in these areas of human endeavors, in developing focus points, and the empirical data acquired,  in which to draw conclusions on the present needs and desires of the American civilization.


  • Khalili Family Collection
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  • A+D Museum :: Los Angeles
  • Akron Art Museum
  • Albany Institute of History and Art
  • Albertina Vienna
  • Allentown Art Museum
  • American Folk Art Museum
  • American Museum in Britain
  • American Museum of the Moving Image
  • Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso
  • Art Museum of Western Virginia
  • Asheville Art Museum
  • Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • ASU Art Museum
  • Atlanta History Center
  • Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia
  • Austin Museum of Art
  • Autry National Center | Southwest Museum of the American Indian | Museum of the American West | Institute for the Study of the American West
  • Baltimore Museum of Industry
  • Barbican
  • Bass Museum
  • Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto
  • Bilbao Fine Arts Museum
  • Birmingham Museum of Art
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  • Bowdoin College Museum of Art
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  • California Science Center
  • Cape Ann Historical Museum
  • Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
  • Carnegie Museum of Art
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  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
  • Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona
  • Centre for Fine Arts Belgium
  • Centre Pompidou
  • Cheekwood Art Museum and Gardens
  • Chicago Cultural Center
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  • China Institute
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  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • College of Fine Arts : Blanton Museum of Art
  • Columbia Museum of Art
  • Contemporary and Modern Art Museum of Trento and Rovereto, Italy
  • Contemporary Arts Center | New Orleans
  • Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
  • Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
  • Corning Museum of Glass
  • Courtauld Institute of Art
  • Crocker Art Museum
  • CSH Whaling Museum
  • CSW| Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski
  • Dallas Contemporary
  • DAR | Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Daum Museum of Contemporary Art
  • DDR Museum
  • De Hermitage Amsterdam
  • DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park
  • Delaware Art Museum
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  • Design Exchange
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  • Detroit Science Center
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  • Die neue Sammlung
  • Die Pinakotheken im Kunstareal
  • Disseny Hub Barcelona
  • DuSable Museum of African American History
  • Elgiz Museum
  • Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
  • Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art
  • Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science
  • Fashion Institute of Technology - Museum Home
  • Fashion Museum
  • Fenimore Art Museum
  • Figge Art Museum
  • Fine Arts Museum- Belgium
  • Florence Griswold Museum
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  • Fondation Pour l'Architecture
  • Fowler Museum at UCLA
  • Frederic Church's Olana: Estate and Museum
  • Frederic Remington Art Museum
  • Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art and Science
  • Frist Center
  • Fukuoka Museum of Art
  • Fundación Juan March, Madrid
  • Galerie Kreo | Paris
  • Gardiner Museum
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  • Georgia Museum of Art
  • Goldstein Museum of Design
  • GRAM: Grand Rapids Art Museum
  • Grand Palais
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  • Gulf Coast Museum of Art
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History
  • Harvard University Art Museums -Busch-Reisinger Museum
  • Haus am Waldsee - Startseite
  • Haus der Kulturen der Welt
  • Headley-Whitney Museum
  • Hellenic Museum
  • Henry Art Gallery
  • Herakleidon - Αρχική Σελίδα
  • Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
  • Hickory Museum of Art
  • High Museum of Art Atlanta
  • Historic Richmond Town
  • Hockaday Museum of Art
  • Hong Kong Art Museum
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  • ICA Boston
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  • Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • International Center Of Photography
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  • Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
  • Irish American Heritage Museum
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  • Japan Society, New York
  • Jeu de Paume
  • Joslyn Art Museum
  • Kanazawa Museum of 21st Century Art
  • Katonah Museum of Art
  • Kimbell Art Museum
  • KMKG-MRAH Museum
  • Kresge Art Museum
  • Kunstgewerbemuseum Tiergarten
  • Kunsthistorisches Museum
  • Kunstmuseum Bonn
  • Kyoto National Museum
  • La Triennale di Milano
  • LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • Lammgard Design Museum
  • Larz Anderson Auto Museum
  • Liberty Museum
  • Louisiana Museum for Moderne Kunst
  • Louisiana State University Museum of Art
  • Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
  • LVAM | Las Vegas Art Museum
  • Lyman Allyn Art Museum
  • M A K O n l i n e
  • Maitland Art Center
  • MAMbo Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna
  • MASS MoCA - Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
  • MCASD - Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
  • MDD - Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
  • Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
  • Memorial Day Museum
  • Merchant's House Museum
  • MFA Boston
  • MFAH: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Miami Art Museum
  • Micro Museum
  • Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
  • Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM)
  • Mingei International Museum
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts
  • Missoula Art Museum
  • Mobile Museum of Art
  • MOCA
  • MOCA Shanghai - Museum of Contemporary Art – Shanghai
  • MODA - Museum of Design Atlanta
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • MODERNA MUSEET -Modern and Contemporary Art in Sweden
  • Molaa - Museum of Latin American Art
  • MoMA | The Museum of Modern Art
  • Montgomery Museum of Fine Art
  • Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
  • Morse Museum
  • MOT Art Museum
  • MTA - Transit Museum
  • Muhka
  • Muscarelle Museum of Art
  • Muse d'Art moderne et d'Art contemporain
  • Muse du Quai Branly
  • Musee du Luxembourg
  • Musee Unterlinden
  • Museen im Grassi
  • Musees Barbier-Mueller
  • Musei Civici Veneziani
  • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey
  • Museo Guggenheim Bilbao
  • Museo Nacional del Prado
  • Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo
  • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
  • Museum at Eldridge Street
  • MUSEUM DER DINGE Werkbundarchiv
  • Museum Frieder Burda
  • Museum Kunst Palast
  • Museum of African Design
  • Museum of American Financial History
  • Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale
  • Museum of Arts & Design
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
  • Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
  • Museum of Craft and Folk Art
  • Museum of Decorative Arts Prague
  • Museum of Design, Zurich
  • Museum of Early Trades and Crafts
  • Museum of Fine Arts Ghent
  • Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, FL
  • Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
  • Museum of International Folk Art
  • Museum of Jewish History NYC
  • Museum of Kyoto
  • Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  • Museum of Sex NYC
  • Museum of the City of New York
  • MUSEUM.HU - A Magyar Múzeumok Honlapja
  • Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal
  • Musée d'Orsay
  • Musée des Arts Décoratifs
  • Musée du Louvre
  • Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie
  • Naples Art Association at the von Liebig Center
  • Naples Philharmonic Gallery
  • Nassau County Museum of Art
  • National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts
  • National Art Center, Tokyo
  • National Gallery of Australia
  • National Gallery of Victoria
  • National Heritage Board Singapore
  • National Heritage Museum
  • National Leprechaun Museum
  • National Museum for Architecture and Design, Norway
  • National Museum of American Illustration
  • National Museum of Korea
  • National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
  • National Museum of the American Indian
  • National Ornamental Metal Museum
  • National Palace Museum Taipei
  • Natural History Museum
  • Neuberger Museum of Art
  • Nevada Museum of Art
  • New Bedford Whaling Museum
  • New Mexico Museum of Art
  • New Museum
  • New York School of Interior Design - NYSID
  • Niagara University - Castellani Art Museum
  • Noble Maritime Museum
  • NOMA | New Orleans Museum of Art
  • Nordic Embassies | Berlin
  • North Carolina Museum of Art
  • Norton Museum of Art - West Palm Beach - Florida
  • Orans Black Museum
  • Palazzo Reale
  • Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Pinacotheque de Paris
  • Portaalsite Musea Antwerpen
  • Portland Museum of Art
  • Queens Museum of Art
  • René Magritte Museum
  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Museum of Art and History
  • RISD : Rhode Island School of Design
  • Roger Raveel Museum
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Rubin Museum of Art
  • S.M.A.K.
  • Saint Louis Art Museum
  • Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt
  • Schwules Museum Berlin
  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Seoul Museum of Art
  • SFMOMA | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • Shaker Museum & Library
  • Shakespeare's Houses
  • Sheldon Art Gallery
  • Skirball Cultural Center
  • Smart Museum of Art | The University of Chicago
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum
  • Speed Art Museum
  • Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies
  • Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
  • Sterckshof
  • Strong National Museum of Play
  • Suntory Museum of Art, Tokyo
  • Tate Online: British and International Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Textile Museum
  • Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
  • Art Institute of Chicago
  • Bard Graduate Center
  • Beat Museum - Our Bricks and Morter Location
  • Bucks County Historical Society
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Clark - Museum Programs
  • Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens
  • Dahesh Museum of Art
  • Dayton Art Institute
  • Drawing Room
  • Eisner
  • Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
  • Farmers' Museum
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  • Fort Wayne Museum of Art
  • The Frick Collection
  • Fuller Craft Museum
  • Getty
  • Guangdong Museum of Art
  • Hammond Museum
  • Historic New Orleans Collection
  • Honolulu Academy of Arts
  • Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
  • Hyde Collection
  • Israel Museum, Jerusalem
  • Jewish Museum New York | Art and Jewish Culture
  • Lighthouse - Scotland's Centre for Architecture, Design and the City
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • Mint Museums
  • Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
  • Moore Space
  • The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
  • The Museum of Photographic Arts
  • Nasher Museum of Art
  • National Gallery, London
  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
  • Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass
  • New Dowse Museum of Art
  • New York City Police Museum
  • The Newark Museum
  • The Noguchi Museum
  • Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State University
  • Peabody Essex Museum
  • Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Home Page
  • Society for Contemporary Craft
  • Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Studio Museum in Harlem
  • Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture
  • Somerset House
  • Textile Museum of Canada
  • Ukrainian Museum in NYC
  • University of Arizona Museum of Art & Archive of Visual Arts
  • West Norway Museum of Decorative Art
  • Tokyo National Museum
  • Tokyo National Museum
  • Toledo Museum of Art
  • U-M | Museum of Art (UMMA)
  • University Art Museum - UL Lafayette
  • University Art Museum, UCSB
  • Université de Liège - Collections artistiques
  • USC Fisher Gallery
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Vitra Design Museum
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  • Weatherspoon Art Museum
  • Cranbook Academy of Art
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  • Wells Fargo History Museum
  • Wende Museum
  • Whipple Museum of the History of Science
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Wichita Art Museum
  • Williams College Museum of Art
  • Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
  • Worcester Art Museum
  • Yale Center for British Art
  • Yeshiva University Museum
  • Zendai MoMA, Shanghai
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  • Русский музей
  • Dangers:
    As per our talk:   The growth of Google dot Com in obtaining published thesis [ shift from gray white - getting lets say 15 out of 100 items published - in those published in 1996 to dark black - getting lets say 98 out of 100 published - since 2004 in concentration ] is based upon one Google's primary goals in attracting more content qualified information.  This represents a major shift in who is going to be the academic researched information providers.  Google or Public and Private Universities and Colleges.  Right now in its present configuration which reflects in public statements made by Google, the information google has already acquired it is in a far better position in being an information provider than Cornell University.  The implications of this will place in motion lost of available grants, and researched funded projects and distortion of the sources of  information giving a futuristic picture of the expected lost of freedoms to information, and the political temptations to undermind individual liberities as a result.

    Presently, those who are now affected " must ' begin their own preventive measures.  There are none in existance which is public knowledge


    Spectra Analysis:
    A light beam is flashed against the white indoor wall and all one sees is a lighted  white wall.  Most logic is based upon this visual form of analysis-to keep it simple in this discussion.  However, once you place a crystal prison between the source of light and the wall, you will see defferent colorizations appear, a spectrum of color.
    In truth, if there is a reality to what one investigator is trying to either investigate or immediate observes:
    What is more accurate ? 
    The lighted white wall?
    Or the wall after a crystal  prison is placed in between ?
    From this site's view its the crystal prison application which debunks the present methods of analysis and the rethoric in the poltical-sphere of left, right and center at the sametime.  Every event, and form of human behavior has different forms of colorization which affects their actions and how they are precieved.
    Every issue or event likewise has their own time line.  Once it is known what ones sees or hears is part of human action or actions, then both the physical and emotional state are likewise subjects for reviews.  Spectra analysis, on the other hand,  add others components as well.  IE. you can not separate the sexuality which is inherited in each event. The central reason is that when you deal with human events you are dealing with a coalition of personalities which must meet a certian point of views of either mutual agreement or disagreement which creates the event in the first place.
    Moreover, there are other factors which are likewise happening within the environment in which events occur.  Each is not separeted from each other but it is who is observing which lends greater focus.  What I discovered its that when one event was happening in lets say area A something is likewise happening in area B.  However, all most knows is what is happening in area A as no one had decided to make a similar analysis of what likewise occured in area B.  The real punch comes in certain human events, in the meantime, is that what had happened in area B had a significant influence of what actually did happen in area A.
    This was discovered in Women Studies at the State University College at Buffalo, Buffalo State College when I went beyond the course depiction of Settlement Houses of the late 19th Centuray America to have continued influence of events today. However, when you discuss Settlement Houses today many will not know what you are talking about.  None the less, every major city and most American communities have Playgrounds which was one of the success in which the feminist leaders of the Settlement houses were able to bring about within American culture as well as the Initial funding of the N.A.A.C.P.
    This form of analysis is likewise urgently needed now, and in the following descriptive views which are the article themselves are the leading factors of why.

    Recent observations:
    In real economic terms - both concerning Free Trade and the Keynesian Doctrine of the Mulitipler economic affect upon local societies in expansion of increased spending and capital surpluses, the result of the contribution box, and immediate surplus capital within families' wallet had its own dynamic sociopolitical impacts. What had occured in small rural areas of Bosnia, Slovakia, Sloviena, among others, their provencial regions saw a dramatic increases in spending on cultural programs and local sociocultural events and festivals. This sparked light industrial growth-paid for by those who were talented to comprehend what was going on, and wanted to get ahead started to concentrated large amount of this new surplus capital, and looked to invest. Many who were investing in developing goods and services were successful event producers ( INTERNET groups survey ).

    On the outer social - rim of each new'ly added event, the socioeconomic consequences of more available capital within the family, triggered more impluse buying habits to like-wise occur. Those who benefited ~ also made critcal investments -likewise. As a result....A working and service industrial Middle Class was created; and as an additional result, a Middle, and at times of popularity, Upper Artisian Classes were also being established; they became the new Nationalistic Icons. The consumers were freely able to express themselves more and more with each positive change in society. As events increased, so did the cohesion of the local community creating a new socioeconomic spheres of influence. The ticket booth bacame a consumer polling station as a result. Everyone felt something in the air. Also romances were like wise on the upsurge with a decrease in secular weddings and in a dramatic increase in religious weddings ( Euro-Faiths INTERNET group survey ).

    The Socio-psychologial - ethnocentric modification of each community, an established growing self-dependent economy emerged. This created a political self-dependent politically charged national groupings to emerge. Exasporated, many centralized previously Soviet Styled States attempted to develop counter programs, but failed in obtaining local emerging youth leaders. They could not, even at throwing money at, never been able to reach the recently emerged National icons. Not even to talk with them. Moreover, the visable nature of these centralized government's sponsored programs, the programs themselves took on the perception of " Old Dogs have no tricks, nor futures to offer." as one 17 year old Macadonian male said on a CNN interview, and of course with an Uzi in the boot of his Fiat. They looked older with every minuet of each televised report, in their program atttempts of assisting local economies clumsy, they has no real since of what the future was to be. They litterally - politically shot themselves in the head right in full view of the public, and European multi-language CNN Cable-Satalite Telecasts. Everyone one who was looking was laughing. And for good reason.

    In the end when the emerging youth leaders and visionairies stood on various adiases through out their local communities. Everyone knew something new something and exciting was going to happen. And it did, and with the few excpetions like Croatia, and Bosnia, pined up consumer anxieities were finally aleaved. Personal spending increases with every new locally produced manufactored good and created service being offered. They, The new emerging European, then, as well as now just wanted to be sold. almost at the point of being on their knees wanting any new stuff.


    Social Revolutions and the Internet Influence:
    The term social revolution may have different connotations depending on the writting, audience, and age groups.

    In the Trotskyist movement, the term "social revolution" refers to an upheaval in which existing property relations are smashed. This spured on the October Revolution in Russia in 1917 and the Cuban Revolution, as both caused capitalist (and in some cases pre-capitalist) property relations to turn into post-capitalist property relations as they operated by plan rather than by market. All of it failed in as much as there was always a conditional connection between personal consensus and market forces And hard as they tried they could not feed their populace.

    Today social revolutions are contrasted with an accelerator of a sorts by a technological revolution as well as an over taking and powerful information revolution created by the Internet. Political revolutions are becoming more ethnocentric in their domains in which there has been a slow land grab-possibly the last we will ever know. Governments, or the dominate ethic groups are not necessarily replaced but are divorced.

    Once a basic idenity is achieved or altered, but in which both social and cultural relations are predominantly left intact by traditional known human governance, then the state in which controls the territory has survived. Today, and as a result, social revolutions do now, and most dramtically imply the necessity that the personal idenity as a whole has more of a say or control over education and the aspirations of their youth, and are likewise to obtain highly advance technological information portals and supporting goods and services personal goals.

    In countries such as Gabon, Africa, this has foster additional national anxiety as education and information about other successful ethnic struggles are likewise revealing a great Internal Exile of one's former ethnic idenity. It was the greater Internal Exile in which the majority of the Russian elite had which caused the rapid collaspe of the former Soviet Union. Confronted with this a social scape or focus is likewise formed. As a result several African as well as Eastern European States can no longer afford using traditional contraols over other ethnic groups and their lives, as several ethnic groupings are slowly denying that their own ethnic idenity to ever is in control, will be no more expropriated.

    In this, the traditional rule of both libertarian socialist and anarchistic forms have completely lost their footings. The same is likewise true for Eurocentric social and cultural perceptions over youth, or those who are now under 24 years of age. Teen and young adult parlance, and the accelerated information social revolution is radically bottom-up, as opposed to both traditional education and sociopoliticcal and sociocultural existing vanguard, Thus this social form of revolution is now led by purely techno-informational revolution of the rapid increases in information various forms insourcings trigger by Internet spiders and i now actively triggering human behavioral reorganization of all society.

    At one time, a century earlier .. " In the words of Peter Kropotkin, "social revolution means the reorganization of the industrial, economic life of the country and consequently also of the entire structure of society."

    However, with William Gates and others in the lead of the Internet Revolution " The keys to power is who is the developer of information content and creating links which matches the focus of ones use of meta taggings. More generally, the term now used to depict social revolution is the resulting outsourcing now affecting human society through massive change in computer hardwear, and more high advanced products of telecommunications, such a cell phones. Soon, and very much the science fiction television tricoder used by the crew of the Star Ship Enterprise is now technically possible within just a few years.

    Thus in the view of social revolutions there was the American Revolution, the French Revolution, the American Civil Rights Movement and the 1960 hippie or counterculture.

    Now with additional grab for elite bandwidths of both academic information content, and published thesis after the year 1998, and reasearch analysis, the real reformation on religious beliefs, personal identity, freedom of speech, music and arts, fashion, alternative technology or environmentalism has started to decentralised both secondary education and higher education, as well as the popular media. The innovation of the LapTop is very much like the autos used during the 1950 and 60s which created a fire of additional national and International expectations of Americans as a whole.

    Presently and possible too late, Islamic thinking, especially under the Shiite school of thought, a social revolution on their sociocultural orthodoxy of how they were created, are now, in the eventual confrontation of this massive globalization of information insourcing [ Which are right now crawling into their own information computer mainframe servers and websites and adding them to their indexs. ] has to be tyrannical and despotic to its people to maintain their radical political ends. In the meantime, those who are under the ages of 26 year s of age and are Arab middle class have already been exposed to the Internet. The resulting reaction caused by the initial underlying concept of an Islamic Revolution, though key concepts that moral freedom is the most important aspect of a human's fundemental needs, cannot condone the affects of its influences on this populace at the sametime. Thus an information cap is implacing an Internal Exile Islamic styled, especially in Iran. What the reaction of this youth sector will become when the sociopolitical processes creates the conditions of social stablization necessary for massive access to the Internet have already been triggered by the resulting needs for emotional liberation, which is historically socioculturally innate within the semitic cultures of this region. Thus the outsourcing of both the context and cultural democratic flow of resulting global scale of information could trigger an Islamic Reformation. If not then a collaspe of Islam itself; this is the present anxiety of " The Radical Islamists, and their drive for controls through impossed self-style political motivated harsh moral codes, along with their personal security anxeities. This philosophy, however, can not regulated the flow of information over the Internet throughout the world, nor into their own homes and children. Key Factor: Over the horizon is the integration of the Internet with satellite telecommunications.

    It is for the reason why extremist have already evolving more dramatic computer viruses. This was already successfully used against the Israelis en masse. For those in the West there will be no massive class upheavals but the dramatic changes in the overall perceptual ranges of the emerging society taking benefit from the result of the social revolutions created by the Internet, now is bring about radical forms of cultural democracies to occur within the newer resulting traditions of social intercourse over the Internet.
    We all are living in a new age.

    Think Differently
    By Mr. Roger M. Christian
    Article I
    There are three distinct elements which I considered when looking at the internet and how can I get the " best " message out in what I publish which best represents the actual intent of my personality, interests, skills, and knowledge.
    One.  Fundemental to everything in which I posted / published was based upon hard empirical evidence.  Thus very hard core research was involved in every aspect of any bit, or in this case " byte " of information, and the additional deliberate action to force introspective personal discoveries, is the continued some-what selfish motives and passions behind each step taken.
    Two.  The single aspect of InterCultural Communications as a very deliberative means to produce events was the essential empowering element which I found out is the primary socicultural and sociopolitical power platform for the future.  The power comes from the transition of time, and of discourse of additional aspects of human development in which we, as a civilization are slowly becoming aware, which events which are based upon InterCultural Communications becomes the very formative up-evolutionary behaviorial anthro-developmental traits which triggers conflict preventioning to occur.  And it is exactly here, "Conflict Preventionng where everything else is derived.  The evidence for this truthism is overwhelming.
    Three.  The actual recognition of the objectiveness of the internet itself, in as much as everything it views from various serach engine crawlers or spidders, bugs, has the interesting clean slate encryption - as each webpage is initial judged.  Moreover, it is from here, and the further understanding of the various technologies involved in both hardware and software development that  wide -spreading of content was imperative; this demanded higher and more deeply penitrative knowledge, and as a result I have well worn used at least 7 libraries within the academic central community of Ithaca, New York.  The central factor for this very timely and costly action is that there are distinct connections to the bugs of the internet, and empirical information-hard factual content information which triggers higher results.
    The internet goes real buggy over hard and qualified content information.  Like a camel to desert oais water well.  At first it can not get enough.  Then later its rider is likewise very satisfied as a result. Thus, a deeping and harder introspection of each information byte produced the qualified results.
    Thus you now have the initial three points, and what they eactly entail, and why everyone should begin to think differently is not only based upon the growing dependency on the growth of the internet for future prosperity, but that the single physical action we should take is to produce those events which promotes InterCultural Communications.  To do this, we need addtional International Students / Scholars - which according to my research means an additional 4.8 million addtional International Students / Scholars.
    Does the world have them to offer?
    The pedagogy of each institution of higher education will likewise have to adjust their academic curriculum and grading proceedures to meet the resulting discourse resultant evaluations,  faculty evaluations - student- and teaching aspects adjustments,  adjunctive financial support structures - and the needed additional principle America academia will have to adopt to modify its pedagogy as a result. 
    Then, and only then, will be very clear what Thinking Differently means both a vision, and the circumstance resultant as a result of making such a commitment.
    Article II
    We have here in the United States millions, as it now seems, of migrate labors who are primiarly from South America - even though the Asian are now becoming more numerous.   This is opportunity.
    What this means, from my own personal point of view is that these hard working peoples should be out-reached to for these very specific factors:
    1. Access what are the conditions back in their home country, and from which calibrate a community needs assessments.
    2. Measure further interests on future jobs developments by the traning needs they wish to recieve while working in the U.S, and Canada.
    3. Determine the area of their home community's available resources, and sociocultural and socioeconomic existing structures.
    4. Confirmed all date base requirements for a think tank resolve in developing career - jobs traning program to coordinate with loans and credits for future economic development and construction of industry, or services in their home of origin
    Mr. Roger M. Christian.
    You should be getting the point now!

    Chapter I.

    European Nationalism

    Cause and affect relationships:

    The need for more information is most paramount in this process complition of content WebPages. " The meat that goes with the potatoes "-so of speak. This is most certainly what is going through the minds of those in Europe who supported European Union. They has seen the economic dominating impact relationships of a central currency upon European wide-economy, The Euros = affect = economic growth. Against and keyword usage " Domination."

    Many of political scientist here in the various American academic halls saw a victory for the policy, especially by the French, for Europan Unity to become a reality the first decade of the 21st Century. But recent referendums in key European states said a solid political, " NO. " What happened ?

    Those of us who have some understerstanding of cultural antropology should have guessed this out-come. And the why is simply very human. Look at the event producers, especially those who are living marginally, and whose programs exist on shoe stringed budgets. It was they, and a large portion of their service base customers who saw no benefits to their cause by European unity. What they, and from a phonetic view taken from the Old South of Dixie, felt in the winds Carpetbaggger swooping down upon their small developed market by sheer monsterous weight obtained by the resulting political influence they would benfit as result of European Unity.

    What many felt through-out Europe is that they were confronted with lost of both their market share base from which they are earning a living, and the more important ' cultural pride ' they felt in various events, festivals, and productions they are creating for the public good. They saw their once powerful affaris in neighborhoods twinddle, and their leadership locally deminished.

    All of Europe, as various groups on the INTERNET has clearly revealed economics is one thing, but nationalism is entirely different. the leadership which tried to lead Europe closer in The United States of Europe should have anticipated this, and planned ahead to create a different result.

    What is underneath this, is simply those leaders who are propossing European unity are blind sided from a sociocultural disorientation which has cause them to develop a lost connection to those who are stuggling to maintain themselves in the middkle class. Several discussion about this has already occured over the INTERNET.

    In the meantime, and what became significant to me, is that a focus is needed on Cultural Democracy, and its sociocultural ends, Free Trade. It is here where the ideals of inclusivities are preserved, and the sociopolitical public policy development becomes more stable. The event provider, and the providers market share are for ever singularly important to have a voting consensus with before any more such move to complete European unity is, again, politically attempted.

    Thus " Cultural Democracy " has a direct connection upon the educated, and not so educated within Europa. It is from these individuals, that a new course for European Unity will be foster, as the dynamice of the world has become more affective-increaingly accurate over the years.

    With this in view, then the rest of the subject matter at hand will be clearer as we co on with the Blog evolution. Simply, there is a desire for Cultural Democracy, and as yet no one yet has seen its sociopolitcal historic consequences.

    The additional processes I will introducing you to, over the many BlogPages- will make this perfectly clear to you. No doubth. Once the key word usage is out there, then it will easier for events producers to increase their services, events, and performances; the very thing which give them/us a proper perspective on our profession. This also indicates - that there are not many who have lost the sence of humility either.

    The heart of the Inter - City Cultural Communications WebSite program is to lend an INTERNET related helping hand to these samll event providers. In several Europaan communities, they have already veto'ed leading parts of the European Unity initiative. These WebSites [ salsadanza - danishfalcon - Eruo- Quest - iIthacaFalcon - are more for them and other small and innovative business to use. Thuis the value of my public service - voluntary too! will become International in scope. I like this ! Their support, and it has been observed, to link exchanges a free flow of information had indicated their real value is greater than the political process which tride and failed to accelate the development of European Unity.

    This is the relationship between Cultural Democracy and European Unity !

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    Key Understandings !

    Understanding the critical connections - Intellegently:

    The historic break up of the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, and Czechslovikia were caused by very simple sociopolitical behavior in which personal idenity and how a culture impacts human personality development found its ethnic-centricity and created mutual socioculcultural forces of community - centered pride. This also, and in every circumstance, needed an advowed and passionate leadership to have appeared first. A pride which so triggered political ethnoccentric cohesion that is also enlisted local social drives to be self-reliant. Moreover, this took place in relative economic growth, though marginal, and not with - standing, and at times, wealthy.

    Key to this evolution was a direct relationship between the function of capital - money within in local sociocultural institutions and local political processes. Then came the resulting spill over in cash to support both social and cultural program from the private sector of community individuals via the contribution box. Their growth as well as the increases in available surpluse capital were the leading socioeconomic factor to support the cultural reclaimations to occur. The resulting and essentailly culturally unique behavior created a force of public perception over the question." Who was to control the money. Name'ly The Public Funds. " With additional questions concerning fair exchange in the overall capital worth of the individual's goods and services, and governmental attempts at interventioning these processes on infuriate the evolving community leadership. Rebellion was the easiest form of solution finding.

    As a result , the evolution of contemporary nationalism, and, all the arguments for a real public expendetures in community investments or projects, centralized govermental central authorities were with increasubg'ly viewed as negative as compare to the rapid growth of personal idenity and the resulting " postive " cultural pride since 1992, the single impact issue was Free trade. Many instead wanted more self-control and self rule became a major political force, and everyone else were viewed as " outsiders " in the regions which were in sociocultural and sociopolitical rediscovery, and positive " significant " cultural growth in new youthful leaders.


    The Creative Process:

    The Second Model:  This focuses on the resultant of the First Model in relationship to the present ethocs of public policy development.  How each major, and various sub - components interact with each other to create a working or functional society, and the clear implications of the centrality of real power.

    The conclusions / Issues development:  Thus once explored, the resulting langauge and written conclusions are recorded and then closely focused to find any areas which need to be worked on, and how by taking such actions what are the implication to the present human norms.

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