La Teoría sueca del amor

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Un texto que explica con algún detalle la política sueca de la independencia del individuo


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Irritable skin syndrome

Hazel Curry:

The beauty industry has a buzzword for this type of skin – sensitised. “Sensitive skin is the overreactive skin you’re born with,” says Sally Penford at the International Dermal Institute. “Sensitised skin is skin that has become sensitive under the influence of a harsh skincare regime or otherwise.”

However, both conditions should be treated the same and they look identical (red, bumpy, dry and/or uncomfortable; if the problem is advanced a person may develop adult acne – the incidence of which is up 60% in the past decade – or rosacea, a blotchy, bumpy redness that intermittently flares up).


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Síndrome consumista

Victor Lebow an economist, retail analyst and author, wrote a very pertinent account of modern consumerism in his 1955 paper, “Price Competition in 1955,” which was published in the Spring issue of the “Journal of Retailing.”

Resultado de imagen de victor lebow“Our enormously productive economy demands that we make consumption our way of life, that we convert the buying and use of goods into rituals, that we seek our spiritual satisfactions, our ego satisfactions, in consumption. The measure of social status, of social acceptance, of prestige, is now to be found in our consumptive patterns. The very meaning and significance of our lives today expressed in consumptive terms. The greater the pressures upon the individual to conform to safe and accepted social standards, the more does he tend to express his aspirations and his individuality in terms of what he wears, drives, eats, his home, his car, his pattern of food serving, his hobbies.

These commodities and services must be offered to the consumer with a special urgency. We require not only “forced draft” consumption, but “expensive” consumption as well. We need things consumed, burned up, worn out, replaced and discarded at an ever increasing pace. We need to have people eat, drink, dress, ride, live, with ever more complicated and, therefore, constantly more expensive consumption. The home power tools and the whole “do-it-yourself” movement are excellent examples of “expensive” consumption.”


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Memoria: porque recordamos unas cosas mejor que otras

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Alavaro Pascual Leone

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Maltrato: Luka

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