1. 0 Introduction
Economics involves the options people make when complementing their unlimited needs and wants with a scarcity of resources. The term "economics" comes from the Greek words "oikos", this means house, and "nomos", this means manager. Therefore the term originally referred to management of family members. Today, the word has been broadened to make reference to firms and most of society. Another way of looking at economics is to consider the field as a couple of tools for studying people and communities and the options that they make. Accountants are trained to render an account of financial activity for a firm. Lawyers are trained into a certain method of thinking in order to handle issues in a legal construction.
Since the term 'auteur' was applied to film directors by the cahiers du movie theater journal in the 1950s, there has been much debate by film-makers and critics in regards to what makes an auteur and how accurate the word is when put on some directors. Federico Fellini, in a 1966 interview, said that Akira Kurosawa was 'the biggest living example of what an writer of cinema should be'(Cardullo, 2006, p. 49) and in this essay I would like to explore the exactness of this affirmation based on Kurosawa's period movies and how meaningful the term auteur is.
Keywords: symbolic assault example, inequality and violence
This week's readings are composed of the matters of structural violence and symbolic violence. Galtung and Farmer's perspectives on personhood and conflict relationship are designed around the idea of the "structural assault". In general terms, structural violence means sociopolitical inequalities emerge out of the structures. Furthermore to them, Bourdieu and Bourgois & Schonberg bring new point of view by looking at the argument from different viewpoint with the term "symbolic violence" which means gender inequalities emerges from the embeddedness of female subordination by male in lifestyle.