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Thursday, 12 February 2009
Sociology Awareness Week is coming up very soon. And it is therefore our pleasure to announce the list of events that we will run over a three day period from 16th- 18th Feb.
Knowledge, Power & Discourse
by Asst. Prof. Genaro Castro-Vazquez
Why is consulting a physician better than a healer? Why do students have to obey teachers? In using examples from daily life, this talk will introduce the construct power-knowledge as a key Sociological term. In the talk, we will disentangle the relation punishment-power-knowledge as means to control human life and societies.
Venue: HSS Library Discussion Room
Film Screening "Quiet Rage" + Discussion led by Mr. Chee Han
The film exposes the psychological effects of an infamous experiment conducted by the Stanford University Psychology Dept. in which students assumed the roles of prisoners and guards in the basement of a campus building for 6 days.
Time: 12-1.30 pm
Film Screening "Diminishing Memories" + Discussion led by Mr. Harry Tan
Wondered how Singapore evolved from villages to high-rise residences? How was kampong life like? Follow the filmaker and discuss her journey to recollect her childhood memories in Lim Chu Kang through archival photographs and old film footage.
Venue: LT 10
Time: 12 - 1.30 pm
Booths & Guest Exhibitions: AWARE & TWC2
Our central booth will be located outside canteen A. So do catch us there along with exhibitions from both AWARE and TWC2.
Venue: Outside Canteen A (near McDondald's)
Time: 10 am - 5.00pm
17 -18 Feb
Collection of T-Shirts
Collection of SociTees can be made from Tuesday onwards at our booth.