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Best podcasts about Coercion

Latest podcast episodes about Coercion

Gospel-Centered Pro-Life Podcast
The Ugly Face of Coercion

Gospel-Centered Pro-Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 22:15 Transcription Available


A large percentage of women considering abortion do so because they are being coerced into it. We can use some principles to help empower these women to push back against coercion. In this episode, we share some of those principles to help equip you to fight coercion at the abortion centers. https://sidewalks4life.com/equipping-articles/

From the Source
A high school senior's perspective on how adults frame gender roles and talking with teens about sexual safety

From the Source

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 14:24


Boys and girls, the birds and the bees, the double standards. In this conversation with Woodland Hills High School senior Tierra Bush, she discusses how she has viewed the differences of how boys and girls are groomed to behave and what that means within the larger context of sex, sexuality and sexual safety. Bush shares about the challenges of coming of age as a woman and the advice she has for parents and teens when discussing sexual safety.

Encouragementology
Revisited: The Power Imbalance, Addressing vs Avoiding

Encouragementology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 42:50


SHOW NOTES: On this show...we will be exposing the elephant in the room, exploring the why behind defiance or hurt feelings, and embracing a new perspective with hopefully understanding and tolerance. We're aimed at addressing the power imbalance instead of avoiding it. Of course, we will come at the subject from many angles. The abuse of legitimate power and the misuse of perceived power. It may be helpful to use a personal and professional lens to understand what it means to push back and find your voice and when it's appropriate. We should also be mindful of our own power and suitable use and squander. The word mindful may be the buzzword of the decade but it really is the key to understanding. Mindfulness: a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations. It's about being aware from all angles taking into account all involved.  Ready to tip the scales in an attempt to find balance? I had a friend ask me to do a show on bullying. I haven't done one before so of course, I agreed. When one hears the word bullying or to bully the first thought, at least for me, is the big boy on the playground picking on the smaller boy. It dawned on me that even though that was my first thought, it in no way represents all the facets of the subject and in fact, is a much too narrow view. So I looked up the definition: seek to harm, intimidate, or coerce (someone perceived as vulnerable). With my first impression of bullying I can say, I don't have any first-hand knowledge. As a child I was always, for the most part, self-confident and extroverted. I might have been viewed as a leader instead of a follower. I can't recall a time when someone picked on me at least to the point that it did harm or that I carried the memory with me.  But, when I consider the actual definition: seek to harm, intimidate, or coerce (someone perceived as vulnerable). I can think of many times that I have been or have been attempted to be coerced. In an attempt to seek harm? I'm not sure, intentional or not, it could be viewed as harmful. Perceived as vulnerable? Anytime someone is uninformed they are vulnerable so if you want to split hairs, and I think we should for this purpose then yes. With this new perspective on the definition, I can safely say, we've all been involved in a power imbalance at one time or another.  Now, I'm not going to bash the news and social media (even if mentioned) or go on a political tangent. Coercion is all around us. My goal is to shed some light and new perspectives that we can take on our journey of self-discovery. Knowledge is power! I think we can all start there.  First, let's explore professionally… Dr. Shonna Waters adds to our knowledge pools with: Feeling uneasy? Here's what workplace coercion looks like in her article for betterup.com Cindy Lamothe helps answer this question in: How to Recognize Coercive Control, found at healthline.com Words are powerful and Ariel Guzman helps us realize this with: Choose Wisely: How Our Words Impact Others Teamsoul over at iamfearlesssoul.com reminds us that: THIS IS HOW POWERFUL YOUR WORDS ARE – BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SPEAK INTO YOUR LIFE CHALLENGE: find your voice and speak life and love into others as well as over your own life. The power imbalance shifts when you expose the discrepancies while gaining knowledge about your own thoughts and opinions.  I Know YOU Can Do It!

Let's Talk About Sects
Interview Episode: Cult Trip with Anke Richter

Let's Talk About Sects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 80:14


Anke Richter is an international journalist and author based in NZ. Over time she's found herself covering more and more cults, to the point where she recently published her first book about the subject: ‘Cult Trip'. Anke is also a member and co-founder of FACT Aotearoa (Fight Against Conspiracy Theories). Full research sources listed here. You can support us on Patreon or Acast+, with a one-off donation, or grab some merch. Sarah Steel's debut book Do As I Say is available on audiobook now. Thanks to Audio-Technica, presenting partner for season 5 of Let's Talk About Sects. Use promo code LTAS10 at Audio-Technica's Australian store for 10% off and to support the show! Links:Cult Trip: Inside the World of Coercion and Control — by Anke Richter, HarperCollins, 2022FACT Aotearoa — Fighting Against Conspiracy Theories (New Zealand) official websiteankerichter.net — Anke Richter's official websiteRabbit Hole Resistance — Facebook groupBert's Labyrinth — by Anke Richter, North & South, September 2015Fire and Fury — documentary by Paula Penfold & Louisa Cleave, Stuff Circuit, August 2022Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism — by Amanda Montell, HarperCollins, 2021Departures — by Anke Richter, New Zealand Geographic, Issue 155, Jan-Feb 2019 Subscribe and support the production of this independent podcast, and you can access early + ad-free episodes at https://plus.acast.com/s/lets-talk-about-sects. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Conservatives' Guide to American Politics Today
Life, The Universe, & Everything

Conservatives' Guide to American Politics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 14:54


Would you like to share your thoughts with Ralph?  Please email your comments to ralph@idahospeaks.com or post your comments on @IdahoSpeaks on Facebook.Conservatives' Guide is a listener supported production.  Please visit conservativesguide.com/support to learn more.Do you have something so say?  Interested in learning more about publishing on the Conservatives' Guide Network?  Our nation was built on ideas and your idea could be the next political advancement for America.  Call Ed at (208) 209-7170 or email hello@conservativesguide.com to start the conversation.

Idaho Speaks
Life, The Universe, & Everything

Idaho Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 14:54


Would you like to share your thoughts with Ralph?  Please email your comments to ralph@idahospeaks.com or post your comments on @IdahoSpeaks on Facebook.Idaho Speaks is a listener supported production.  Please visit idahospeaks.com/support to learn more.Do you have something so say?  Interested in learning more about publishing on the Idaho Speaks Network?  Our nation was built on ideas and your idea could be the next political advancement for Idaho.  Call Ed at (208) 209-7170 or email hello@idahospeaks.com to start the conversation.

This Means War
Future War in 2035 and Deterrence

This Means War

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 49:41


According to the report of a conference of great strategic brains during October 2022, the world will look pretty ugly in 2035 - in national security terms, let alone across societal evolution. Between Chinese exceptionalism, what-remains-of-Russia's military and Moscow's unbridled imperialist ambition, a North Korea with strategic reach, a meddling and strategically important Iran, and the extraordinary climate change effects across Africa and South Asia, military forces are likely to broken by the sheer scale of commitments they face - certainly in their predicted forms. Between now and then, there might be just enough time to make some critical corrections and place democracies in a state where they can at least face the tasks yet - as Professor Julian Lindley French explains – an absence of political leadership, ambition, strategy and vision will be our undoing. In having to decide between health security, economic security, and national security far too few political leaders across Europe, America and like-minded democracies seem to ready to make the difficult decisions.

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Ethics Regarding the Use of Punishment, Amongst Other Things: Session 205 with Matt Brodhead

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 101:39


After a long hiatus, Dr. Matt Brodhead returns to Behavioral Observations. In this episode, we discuss the use of punishment in the context of creating effective, ethical behavioral interventions.  Of course, pursuant to the Behavior Analysis Certification Board's Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts, punishment should only be considered, "only after demonstrating that desired results have not been obtained using less intrusive means, or when it is determined by an existing intervention team that the risk of harm to the client outweighs the risk associated with the behavior-change intervention" (Code Element 2.15, page 12).  So Matt and I talked about what this means in practice, the role of coercive or aversive events in everyday life, weighing the pros and cons of treatment choices, and much more.  As we state in the first few minutes of the show, we made the editorial decision not to discuss the ABAI Task Force report on Contingent Electric Skin Shock. It's not that we don't have opinions on this topic; rest assured, we certainly do. But we felt like it would be more helpful for practitioners to hear Matt's thoughts on things like response cost, time-out, and so forth, as these are procedures that are more likely to be used by "everyday" practitioners.  We also meandered into a few other topics, like the necessity of teaching cooperation and compliance under certain stimulus conditions, the utility or role of descriptive assessments vs. analog functional analyses, as well as other digressions.  On a stylistic note, because Matt and I have gotten to know each other pretty well, this is an even more conversational episode that usual (versus one that is a series of questions and answers), with the attendant joking around that we usually engage in. If you're interested in Matt's work, go over to his website, betteraba.com, and pick up a copy of his excellent workbook, Behavioral Systems Analysis and Ethical Behavior. It's a bargain at $25 bucks... and remember, the holidays are right around the corner  Matt is also available for workshops and consultations, and you can reach him through the same website.  And while I'm plugging Matt's stuff, the popular text book he co-authored with Drs. David Cox and Shawn Quigley, is out in its second edition (disclosure: Amazon Associates Link). Other resources we discussed: Brodhead and Oteto (2022): Ethics and Ethical Problem Solving.  Thomas and Brodhead (2022): Bringing Challenge to Coercion and the Status Quo.  Matt's earlier appearances on the BOP.  Musical references: "I Love this Bar" and "Check Yo Self" Hanley et al. (2005). On the Effectiveness of and Preference for Punishment and Extinction-Based Components of Function-Based Interventions.  Hanley (2012): Functional assessment of problem behavior: dispelling myths, overcoming implementation obstacles, and developing new lore. Congenital Insensitivity to Pain. Perone (2003): The Negative Effects of Positive Reinforcement. The Importance of Red Teams, Peter Attia, MD. Michael (1975): Positive and Negative Reinforcement, a Distinction That Is No Longer Necessary; Or a Better Way to Talk about Bad Things. MacKenzie (2021): Caring by Lying.  Fisher et al. (1996): On the reinforcing effects of the content of verbal attention.  CBIT for Tic Disorders. Inside JABA #3 with Iser DeLeon on Accumulated vs. Distributed Reinforcement. This podcast is brought to you with the generous support of: Behavior University. Their mission is to provide university quality professional development for the busy Behavior Analyst. Learn about their CEU offerings, including their brand new 8-hour Supervision Course, as well as their RBT offerings over at behavioruniversity.com/observations. Abaspeech.org - the brainchild of Session 203 guest, Rose Griffin, is giving listeners a 30% discount on all of her courses which include, The Advanced Language Learner, Help Me Find My Voice, and Start Communicating Today. The offer is valid through December 1st, 2022. Go to abaspeech.org, check out the ‘courses' link, and use the promo code, aba30, at checkout. Behavior Development Solutions For BCBA and BCaBA candidates, they report a 98.5% pass rate for first-time exam takers… plus a money-back guarantee! They also have solutions for RBT aspirants, plus CE courses, and live webinars (most of which are free for anyone to attend). To learn more, head over to bds.com/bop for a special offer for podcast listeners! 

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup
She Became Visible: Episode 22: Recognizing The Steps of Coercion and Control with Felisha Marsh, MA, LPC

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 66:17


Felicia Marsh, MA, LPC is the owner and clinical director of her private practice located in Scottsdale, AZ where she specializes in child and adult trauma-focused care. Felicia received a Master of Arts in Counseling and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in the Treatment of Trauma, Abuse, and Deprivation from Ottawa University. She received… Read More »She Became Visible: Episode 22: Recognizing The Steps of Coercion and Control with Felisha Marsh, MA, LPC The post She Became Visible: Episode 22: Recognizing The Steps of Coercion and Control with Felisha Marsh, MA, LPC appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.

Shes a 10 Times 5
S4 EP24 Human Trafficking: What You Need To Know, Featuring Rachel C. Thomas, Trafficking Survivor and Advocate

Shes a 10 Times 5

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 54:44


Human Trafficking.  It's a term loaded with controversy, misconceptions and stereotypes.  Most of us believe "that will never happen to me or my family members."  Cue in guest Rachel C Thomas, human trafficking survivor and the girl next door.   Rachel, a UCLA masters graduate, was raised in an affluent community with well educated, professional parents.  She was a student at Emory University, when preyed upon by a trafficker and became entrenched in this dark world.  Rachel's story conveys the manipulative, deceptive and predatory behaviors that adolescents and young adults can face from traffickers.  Now a personal survivor, Rachel has become an advocate, teacher, speaker and content creator to help others avoid becoming human trafficking victims.  This episode is a story that must be heard by parents and their adolescent and young adult children.Get Ready To Be Inspired, Educated, Empowered and Entertained! For more information visit us @shesa10times5. https://instagram.com/shesa10times5

Something Was Wrong
S14 E2: Complete and Utter Coercion

Something Was Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 50:41 Very Popular


*Content warning: This episode includes discussion of emotional, sexual and physical violence, sexual coercion, workplace abuse and child abuse. For info on how to report a crime related to this season and share related crime tips with our team, please visit somethingwaswrong.com/14 For free and confidential resources, please visit: somethingwaswrong.com/resources Artwork by the amazing Sara Stewart @GreaterThanOkay - Instagram.com/greaterthanokayFollow Something Was Wrong on Instagram @SomethingWasWrongPodcastSWW's theme music – U think U by Glad Rags, from their album Wonder UnderSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Let's Talk About Sects
Interview Episode: Dr Janja Lalich

Let's Talk About Sects

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 53:04


Dr Janja Lalich is a Professor Emerita of Sociology at California State University, Chico. She has written multiple world-renowned books on cultic studies, and is soon to launch the non-profit Lalich Center on Cults and Coercion. Dr Lalich offers resources to help survivors of coercive groups, as well as courses for therapists and social workers to help them understand the issues involved in treatment. She was once a member of a cult herself, and rose to a leadership rank. She has spent her life since using her experiences to educate and assist others. You can support us on Patreon or Acast+, with a one-off donation, or grab some merch. Sarah Steel's debut book Do As I Say is available on audiobook now. With thanks to Audio-Technica, presenting partner for season 5 of Let's Talk About Sects. Use promo code LTAS10 for 10% off their Australian store, and to support the show. If you have been personally affected by involvement in a cult, or would like to support those who have been, contact Cult Information and Family Support in Australia, or find resources at janjalalich.com. If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs support right now, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 in Australia, or find your local crisis centre via the International Association for Suicide Prevention. Links:Janja Lalich's websiteLalich Center on Cults and CoercionTake Back Your Life Recovery — resources and coursesTake Back Your Life — by Janja Lalich & Madeleine Tobias, Bay Tree Publishing, 2006 Subscribe and support the production of this independent podcast, and you can access early + ad-free episodes at https://plus.acast.com/s/lets-talk-about-sects. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Busy Mom
Covid, Coercion, and a Cover-Up: Where Do We Go From Here?

The Busy Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 21:54


Every day, it seems like there are more and more people coming out of the woodwork to say “maybe, just maybe, we got it wrong.” For those of us who spent the last two years being harassed, yelled at, shunned, bullied, and even spit on (in the case of my sister, who refused to wear a mask in the grocery store) the feeling of being “vindicated” pales in comparison to what we have lost. Whether forced to take a rushed-to-market “cure” or terminated from work, kicked out of college, or worse, we have a choice to make: how do we move past such a devastating time? The Bible is clear that we are to forgive those who have wronged us. God's Word offers hope—and in today's episode, I'll be sharing some listener stories and pointing to the healing balm of Scripture. SHOW NOTES --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support

Books That Burn
Stand-Alone 22: ”Fledgling” by Octavia Butler

Books That Burn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 49:13


This fortnight we're discussing the vampire novel, “Fledgling”, by Octavia Butler. TITLE: Fledgling AUTHOR: Octavia E. Butler PUBLISHER: Grand Central Publishing YEAR: 2005 LENGTH: 310 pages AGE: Adult GENRE: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror RECOMMENDED: Highly Book TW for memory loss, animal death, ableism, racism, racial slurs, violence, gun violence, blood, major character death, death. Topic 1: Coercion. Begins at (1:35), CW for murder. Topic 2: Memory Loss. Begins at (9:35), CW for adult/minor relationship (brief mention), murder, death. Topic 3: Racism. Begins at (19:05), CW for racism, murder, death. Promo for CPOV - Fun & Games Promo; Spoiler-free wrap-up and ratings: Begins at (29:35). --- If you'd like to make a monthly donation, please check us out on Patreon. To make a one-time donation please support us on Ko-Fi. For fortnightly news and updates, as well as links to recent written reviews, subscribe to our newsletter. You can check out Robin's written review of the book at Reviews That Burn. Find all our links on our Carrd. Music provided by HeartBeatArt and is used with permission. Members of the Certain Point of View network of podcasts.

Dangerous INFO podcast with Jesse Jaymz
61 "Emotional Hamburger" upside down world, SMART devices, fear of missing out, Biderman's Chart of Coercion, died suddenly, silver sponsor, false flag season, a ghost story, midnight mass

Dangerous INFO podcast with Jesse Jaymz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 102:32


Welcome to another Monday night round up. It's just me and Outcast tonight and we discuss a bunch of current topics, recent events, gut feelings and a preparedness mindset that will help you with your family needs this season. What is "emotional hamburger?" You'll find out....Silver Coin sponsorship: https://www.subscribestar.com/jesse-jaymz/subscribe?tier_id=57006Outcast's gun shop link: https://gerbranddefense.com/SUPPORT THE SHOW:SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/jesse-jaymzOne time gift donation via Paypal https://paypal.me/dangerousinfo?country.x=US&locale.x=en_USJOIN OUR GUILDED CHAT ROOM: https://www.guilded.gg/i/Evx9g1VkSUBSCRIBE STARS:Jill BarcRyan Mansfield ShowCarmie RosarioKenneth AllenChad GeyerPatriot MillerSheryl E.Join my mailing list: https://mailchi.mp/03e09a1333c8/jessejaymzemailsignupSocial Media:Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jessejaymz1/Telegram https://t.me/jessejaymzGab https://gab.com/JessejaymzTruth Social https://truthsocial.com/@jessejaymzSend stuff:Jesse JaymzPO Box 541Clarkston, MI 48347Listen on: Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/dangerousinfopodcastApple https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1585900698Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4qT8ncYfYNe9EgVle3sN5kStitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/jesses-jaymz-dangerous-infoTune In-Alexa https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture-Podcasts/Jesse-Jaymz-Dangerous-INFO-p1517255/SMART is the acronym that was created by technocrats that have setup the "internet of things" that will eventually enslave humanity to their needs. Support the show

Second Opinion
Reproductive Coercion

Second Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 3:37


Often reproductive autonomy is undermined by our partners.

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray
From Coercion to Connection: Nonviolence & Hope

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 20:57


We often talk about violence as a last resort, even while our society increasingly relies on violence as the first and most trustworthy solution. But this wholehearted commitment to violence as a solution has come at a steep price – the failure to invest in our personal and social wellbeing. Even if we believe that violence is sometimes necessary, or inevitable, we all benefit from moving as much as possible from harming to healing, and from coercion to connection. The work of this moment is to increasingly learn better ways to parent, teach, practice religion, do business, organize society, and treat one another that rely less on violence and coercion, and more on equity and goodwill.

Life Changes YOU
How Cults Manipulate & Control People

Life Changes YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 54:13


I really enjoyed this conversation with Dr. Janja Lalich talking about everything to do with cults. Janja was originally in a cult in her younger years and the study that she has gone through makes her the best person to discuss this subject with. It was a highlight of my podcast work to have this conversation and I hope you enjoy it as much as i did recording it.Janja Lalich (b. 1945) is an American sociologist and writer. Lalich is best known as a foremost expert on cults and coercion, charismatic authority, power relations, ideology and social control. She is a professor emerita of sociology at the California State University, Chico.She is a recently retired professor in the sociology department of California State University, Chico, and has contributed several articles to academic journals on the subject of cults and religions. After her experiences in a radical political group that she identifies as a cult, she founded the Center for Research on Influence and Control. In her work, she describes the main features of a "totalistic" control group or cult: "They 'espouse an all-encompassing belief system', 'exhibit excessive devotion to the leader', 'avoid criticism of the group and its leader', and 'feel disdain for non-members'."Janja has appeared in countless documentaries involving cults. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

THE CONSTITUTION STUDY
Have We the People, Turned Liberty into Coercion?

THE CONSTITUTION STUDY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 57:07


The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – Activists from climate, "green," and abortion agendas who cannot convince others to support their agendas use governments at all levels to coerce compliance with their will. Even those who claim to support liberty want to use government to silence their opponents and force private organizations to spread...

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
Have We the People, Turned Liberty into Coercion?

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 57:07


The Constitution Study with Host Paul Engel – Activists from climate, "green," and abortion agendas who cannot convince others to support their agendas use governments at all levels to coerce compliance with their will. Even those who claim to support liberty want to use government to silence their opponents and force private organizations to spread...

Pure Victory Podcast
127. The Link Between Porn and Human Trafficking: Reflection Ministries

Pure Victory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 30:04


Welcome to episode #127! Matt and Braden are joined by Samye Flock and Jayme Davis of Reflection Ministries to discuss human trafficking and pornography. Human Trafficking isn't like what it is seen in the movies!Often when we think of trafficking, we think of kidnapping and images of Liam Neeson saving his daughter in Taken. But in reality trafficking is much broader and nuanced, and it runs in more subtle ways.  Coercion and manipulation are much more utilized approaches to controlling people and often "romantic" relationships can be the means by which traffickers dominate their victims. The digital world and traffickingToday with the advancement of social media, people can be easily manipulated and led down a bad path, where they are coerced and blackmailed to provide sex or images that profits traffickers. This has led to trafficking becoming a massive "industry", that brings in billions upon billions of dollars every year. The link between porn and traffickingSamye mentioned that porn creates the demand for trafficking as it is an addiction that can lead to more and more advanced behaviour, until a consumer desires to buy sex. Traffickers provide the supply to that demand, and that is just one aspect to the deep connection that runs between the two. Often the porn that is produced is created using coercion and manipulation, preying upon the needs of desperate men and women. Samye mentioned that until we deal with the porn problem, trafficking wont go away. Share this with your friendsWho do you know that can benefit from this podcast and other episodes coming in the future? Share it with them so they can subscribe as well.SubscribeSubscribe on any podcast app to make sure you catch new episodes!ResourcesReflection MinistriesPure Freedom Journey for men and womenCleansing HoursPersonal 1-on-1 Coaching with one of Restored Ministries' trained coachesHelp for wivesFamilyLife Canada: Resources and events to strengthen your marriageOnline marriage resources (FamilyLife Canada)Covenant Eyes Accountability Software - use promo code RM30 for 30 days freePodcast HostsBRADEN HAFNERBraden is the Regional Director in Alberta for FamilyLife Canada. He has been married for 13 years to his wife Kristen, and they live in Edmonton, Alberta. He is passionate about seeing marriages grow and thrive, and helping couples move to a deeper oneness with one another and with God. FamilyLife Canada has a variety of resources and events to help you and your spouse take your marriage to the next level. See what would benefit you at www.familylifecanada.comMATT CLINEMatt and his wife Louise raise their little guys, David and Oliver, in Edmonton, Alberta. He is honoured to do what he can to tackle the epidemic of pornography and sexual perversion in every way possible. Seeing lives and marriages get free and experience the love of God in profound ways is what drives him every day. He leads Restored Ministries, is a certified speaker and coach for the John Maxwell Team, and formerly played hockey in the WHL and for Hockey Canada. You can visit www.restoredministries.ca.

America Out Loud PULSE
Informed Consent and Medical Coercion in the Era of COVID

America Out Loud PULSE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:02 Very Popular


America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Marilyn Singleton – Many patients and physicians had lost their curiosity about the effects of many medications, including vaccines. But we must not be lazy about exercising our rights. We need informed consent before subjecting our bodies to any outside intervention – even if it is “for our own good.”

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Informed Consent and Medical Coercion in the Era of COVID

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:02


America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Marilyn Singleton – Many patients and physicians had lost their curiosity about the effects of many medications, including vaccines. But we must not be lazy about exercising our rights. We need informed consent before subjecting our bodies to any outside intervention – even if it is “for our own good.”

Alabama's Morning News with JT
Army Penalizing Soldiers

Alabama's Morning News with JT

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 6:16


Corinne Clark joins JT to discuss Army penalizing soldiers seeking religious accommodation to vaxx mandate: 'Technique of Coercion'

The Z Blog Power Hour
EP 247 Coercion

The Z Blog Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 60:01


The joys of pushing people around

Conservative Conversations with ISI
Antony Davies on Student Loan Forgiveness, Taxation, and Rampant Deficit Spending

Conservative Conversations with ISI

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:46


 In this episode:Antony Davies, professor of economics at Duquesne University, joins the podcast to discuss the current state of the American economy, including the record-level inflation hurting American consumers and its roots in the government response to COVID-19how government policies surrounding taxation and government spending contribute to the inflation crisis, and how to restructure the tax code in a way that is more clear, more fair, and better for long-term economic prosperitywhy the Biden student loan forgiveness program encourages all the wrong incentives in higher education, and how university endowments can be leveraged towards better educational and financial outcomesTexts mentioned:“Words and Numbers” Podcast by Antony Davies and James HarriganCooperation and Coercion by Antony Davies and James HarriganMilton Friedman and Phil Donahue interviews“Free to Choose” documentary by Milton FriedmanBecome a part of ISI:Become a MemberSupport ISIUpcoming ISI Events

Meet the Rockadopoleis!: Sex, Love, and Power
Season III, Episode 11: Coercion

Meet the Rockadopoleis!: Sex, Love, and Power

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 27:49


In this episode, we discuss different types of coercion and the role coercion plays in our power dynamic. Episode Art: Artist UnknownSupport the show

Stop Sabotaging Your Success
28 - The Key to Gaining Influence

Stop Sabotaging Your Success

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:00


Cindy Esliger introduces the power of persuasion and influence in this episode. Cindy describes how honing good communication skills and learning to listen well will aid in gaining greater influence over someone else's thinking.There are eight common barriers we face in successfully influencing people. Cindy lists all eight and breaks down why each is ineffective. She suggests that with new ideas we will have better success packing them more closely to what people are already familiar with. This combats the fear of change. Work that into one of the five styles of influence Cindy names: reasoning, incentivizing, listening, finding common ground, and stepping back. Cindy stresses that because we all really want to be heard and feel that our point of view is understood, active listening techniques become a key way to establish connection. She describes eight techniques for active listening from body language to clarification. In order to influence others, the content of our message is as important as how it is delivered and how it relates to the person receiving it. Cindy's advice will prove invaluable to all future conversations.Resources discussed in this episode:Guide for The Key to Gaining InfluenceAstronomic Audio—Contact Cindy Esliger - Career Confidence Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | linkedin | email

The Jeffersonian Tradition
Episode 132 Nullifying Jefferson: Connecticut Says No to Military Coercion

The Jeffersonian Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:11


Howdy everyone, and thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition. In today's episode, I talk about Connecticut's resistance to aiding enforcement of the Embargo Act of 1807 and the Enforcement Act of 1809. If you want me to cover a topic or elaborate further on any given episode, then reach out to me through the show's private MeWe group, or by contacting me at the show email address, which is mrjeffersonian@outlook.com. If you find value in the podcast, please consider becoming a supporting listener. One-time contributions can be sent to the show's cash app, http://cash.app/$MrJeffersonian . Recurring contributions can be made through the Anchor supporting listener link. Thanks again for tuning in to The Jeffersonian Tradition! Sign up for MeWe today: https://mewe.com. Fuel the Jeffersonian Revolution today and buy your goldbacks here: Defy the Grid. Help us out with Little Miss Jeffersonian HERE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-jeffersonian/support

The Deeper Pulse with Candice Schutter
#38 - Conspirituality, Coercion, & Cult Recovery | Janja Lalich, PhD

The Deeper Pulse with Candice Schutter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 93:59 Transcription Available


Candice sits down with world-renowned cult expert Dr. Janja Lalich -- who retired for a hot minute in 2019 until the pandemic hit and her inbox began blowing up. The episode opens with Janja's personal story about her involvement in a far-left political cult back in the late '70s & early '80s. She shares about her role in leadership and the eventual disbanding of the group, speaking candidly about the mental health challenges she faced during her own cult recovery. Dr. Lalich shares some of what she's learned working as an expert in cults & coercive influence for over three decades, including a brief history of the human potential movement and how it's since morphed into present-day conspirituality culture. Large group awareness trainings are a byproduct of this modern-day self-help economy, and Janja describes how LGATs alter judgment and erode personal agency in real-time. She highlights some of the red flags to look out for when it comes to cultic influence, as well as the #1 thing that people who join cults appear to have in common (it's probably not what you think). Candice shares how she regrets moving from one wellness cult to another in her late twenties and early thirties, and Janja underscores the importance of psychoeducation to avoid this common ‘cult hopping' tendency.  Other topics covered include peak experiences and why they're so addictive, common misconceptions about coercion, what makes us vulnerable when it comes to recruitment, and Janja's groundbreaking bounded choice framework. Finally, Janja celebrates Candice's recent decision not to consult with those who are still hoping to change things at the Org - a 'cult'ure she's spoken about in-depth in previous episodes. This is a jam-packed conversation and is quite arguably the seminal episode in the ‘cult'ure series.Janja Lalich, Ph.D., Professor Emerita of Sociology, is an international authority on cults and coercion. Researcher, author, and educator, she specializes in recruitment, indoctrination, and coercive methods of influence and control. Dr. Lalich is the author and/or coauthor of six books, including the now classic, Take Back Your Life: Recovering from Cults and Abusive Relationships. In addition to working with survivors and their families, she leads workshops and educational sessions for government agencies, international intelligence agencies, private companies, educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and leads online psychoeducational courses for trauma survivors, families, and mental-health professionals. She has also served as an expert witness in civil and criminal legal cases. Dr. Lalich may be reached at drlalich@sbcglobal.net, through her website www.janjalalich.com or on Instagram @janja_lalich.

The Robert Scott Bell Show
The RSB Show 9-18-22 - Martha's Vineyard showdown, COVID lethality, Inflammation, Campus Coercion

The Robert Scott Bell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 37:02


The RSB Show 9-18-22 - Martha's Vineyard showdown, COVID lethality debate, Inflammation signs, Permanent side effects, Campus Coercion

TIARAS TEARS AND TRIUMPHS with SANDY J Podcast - Helping Victims and Survivors of Abusive Relationships Heal and Grow

EPISODE NOTES FOR THE  COERCION IS NOT CONSENT EPISODE With Host: Sandy Johnston This podcast needs support to grow and reach more victims and survivors of abusive relationships. Become a Patron of the Tiaras Tears and Triumphs Podcast here Or contact us at sandyj.thekey@gmail.com Include subject heading: podcast support   Looking for a safe supportive social media online community? Your net worth is equal to your network, so start rebuilding your social and professional network today. 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The more we understand your unanswered questions, the more we know what changes you need help making in your life, then the better we will be able to help and support you.  Email us at sandyj.thekey@gmail.com Include subject heading: Podcast listener Stick with the Tiaras Tears and Triumphs podcast so we can help you get started with designing a life you love. Let's explore how you can go from surviving to thriving on the Tiaras Tears and Triumphs podcast. As many as one in four, or one in three women, depending on where you live has experienced some form of relationship abuse. I was one of them. They say we teach what we need to learn.  And breakthroughs to recover, renew and rebuild on the other side of an abusive relationship is what I needed to learn and I know other women just like me need to learn too.  I am now a Money Minded Coach and a Transformational Life Coach, Pranic Healer and Angel Intuitive. I hope you can draw support and inspiration from all of the resources on offer. Here is to a better brighter future. Stay well and stay safe. If you are a victim or survivor of an abusive relationship you may need support to help you with your challenges. Get your crisis support list for Australia here For those outside Australia google domestic abuse free online counseling support services.    Let us help you find your Zen again, we have a free guided meditation for love and abundance for anyone who signs up to our mailing list, which also keeps you up to date with all of our latest, greatest offers. Get your free guided meditation here   If you are a victim or survivor of an abusive relationship and you need financial support to help you transition out of an abusive relationship in Australia explore the link below. 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Consider Before Consuming
“How I Survived GirlsDoPorn”: A Conversation with a Trafficking Survivor

Consider Before Consuming

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 67:23 Very Popular


Trigger Warning: This interview includes frank, explicit, discussions about rape, sex trafficking, and suicide ideation that may be triggering to some. Listener discretion is advised.Jane Doe grew up in Washington state with a loving family, never expecting that she'd be victimized by one of the largest trafficking schemes to date in today's mainstream porn industry. Twenty-one days after her 22nd birthday, she boarded a flight to San Diego that, unbeknownst to her, would change her life forever. That day, she would become one of the hundreds of young women who had been exploited between 2015 and 2019 by GirlsDoPorn (GDP), a wildly popular “amateur” porn production company that garnered well over a billion views, ranking around the 20th-most popular channel on Pornhub, and reportedly generated an estimated $17 million dollars in revenue. You may have heard about the infamous GDP case in the last couple of years, but you may not know what exactly happened, let alone the full account of one of the trafficked women. In this exclusive interview, Jane Doe and her emotional support dog, Cozi, sit down with Podcast Host Garrett Jonsson and Fight the New Drug's Editorial Director Keri to tell the story of how she was sex trafficked and assaulted by GDP porn producers, what it's been like to pursue legal action against GDP with other survivors, and how she's found healing in her own life since she was exploited.Click here to learn more about the guest, and access the resources discussed in this episode.To learn more about the harms of pornography on consumers, relationships, and its larger societal impacts, visit FTND.org.To support this podcast, click here.As you go about your day we invite you to increase your self-awareness, look both ways, check your blindspots, and consider before consuming.Fight the New Drug collaborates with a variety of qualified organizations and individuals with varying personal beliefs, affiliations, and political persuasions. As FTND is a non-religious and non-legislative organization, the personal beliefs, affiliations, and persuasions of any of our team members or of those we collaborate with do not reflect or impact the mission of Fight the New Drug.

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens
Douglas Rushkoff: "The Ultimate Exit Strategy"

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 83:21 Very Popular


On this episode, Author and Professor Douglas Rushkoff joins Nate to discuss how human behavior interacts with technology and how we have arrived at a place with enormous wealth and income inequality just as society is rapidly approaching biophysical limits.  Rushkoff unpacks parts of his new book, Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires, on the need to collectively break away from a top-down mindset to embrace circularity and resiliency. About Douglas Rushkoff: Named one of the “world's ten most influential intellectuals” by MIT, Douglas Rushkoff is an author and documentarian who studies human autonomy in a digital age. His twenty books include the upcoming Survival of the Richest: Escape Fantasies of the Tech Billionaires, as well as the recent Team Human, based on his podcast, and the bestsellers Present Shock, Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Program or Be Programmed, Life Inc, and Media Virus. He also made the PBS Frontline documentaries Generation Like, The Persuaders, and Merchants of Cool. His book Coercion won the Marshall McLuhan Award, and the Media Ecology Association honored him with the first Neil Postman Award for Career Achievement in Public Intellectual Activity.  

Deconstructing Gaslighting™
I was overweight by THEIR standards

Deconstructing Gaslighting™

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 54:00


Do you struggle with body image issues? Do you, like me, find it pretty much a daily battle to not only accept, but LOVE your body – just as it is? Today, we're going to talk about how not only external, but INTERNAL gaslighting plays a role in our body image issues. Sarah is VERY passionate about helping others truly understand gaslighting. This is the foundation for being able to OPT OUT of gaslighting experiences. The best place to start with that is her free video series and workbook Sarah created to go along with it. Word of the day: The word of the day today is coercion. Coercion is one of the seven techniques Sarah teaches about in her 12-week course. Coercion is: a form of aggressive behavior, or the practice of compelling a person to involuntarily behave in a certain way by use of threats, intimidation, or some other form of pressure or force. Coercion is often connected to more OVERT forms of abuse, and gaslighting, per Sarah's definition, is experienced through COVERT behaviors. So, how does coercion fit in to gaslighting? Multiple tactics are combined to create an experience where the “victim” is convinced that if they do not comply, they will be punished – usually, that punishment comes in the form of not being loved/accepted/valued, etc. Sarah goes into this in much greater detail in her course. The guest today is Leslie Jordan Garcia. Leslie is a well-being entrepreneur who works with individuals and organizations to decolonize wellness through better relationships with food and our bodies. You can follow her and learn about her course here. Story Time: Sarah and Leslie talk about sooo many great things – from how Leslie, as an elite athlete, was overweight by the army's standards when she enlisted, to how race can impact body image, to how the diet culture has sold us a lie. Deconstruction Zone: Sarah deconstructs the process of self-gaslighting when it comes to body image issues. It starts with some sort of external message – either direct or indirect/spoken or unspoken. Within that message is coercion overlapping with brainwashing. We don't know that we can challenge these thoughts, and we NEED to feel loved and wanted, so we unknowingly make an agreement that thin = desirable. The external gaslighting has internalized and we've assimilated our gaslighter's message. We now gaslight ourselves. Set Your Alarm: Leslie shares her acronym, RAIN – Recognize, Allow to roll off, Investigate, and Natural Awareness. Set Your Snooze: Sarah ads in something we can do in that “Investigate” part of RAIN. To help you do this, when you've noticed you're self-shaming/self-loathing your body, ask yourself, “If I were free to be me and love myself, and KNEW I wouldn't be any more loveable/desirable/worthy than I am right now, how would I talk to myself; how would I feel about my body? Sarah suggests a few things that could be mantras you repeat as you are breaking agreements and writing your own narrative about your body: Our bodies are so much more than calories in and calories out. They don't get to define me – they don't get that power. I define me.  Friendly reminder: Sarah has new ways to go through her signature program.  Check it out and follow Sarah on your preferred social media platform: Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. These are all places you can engage with Sarah and the work She's doing.  And remember – it's not about becoming who you want to be, it's about awakening all that you already are!   

Daily Rambam By Rabbi Levi Rapoport - 1 Chapter a day

Coercion

Prosecco Theory
116 - Am I the Asshole Person?

Prosecco Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 47:14


Megan and Michelle discuss persuasion, the greater good, cold calls, social psychology, propaganda, confirmation bias, reciprocity, placemats, and the new cat in town.Want to support Prosecco Theory?Check out our merch, available on teepublic.com!Follow/Subscribe wherever you listen!Rate, review, and tell your friends!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!****************Ever thought about starting your own podcast? From day one, Buzzsprout gave us all the tools we needed get Prosecco Theory off the ground. What are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started. Cheers!!

Redeemer Anglican Church

Daniel: Faithful Presence in the City / Scripture Text: Daniel 3:14-29; Matthew 27:11-14 / The Rev. Dan Marotta

New Books in Political Science
Joseph Torigian, "Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion: Elite Power Struggles in the Soviet Union and China After Stalin and Mao" (Yale UP, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:32


Unfortunately, one takeaway for readers of this book should be the difficulty that not only outside analysts but even party insiders face when trying to understand elite politics in Leninist regimes. Sinologists have always struggled to see inside the “black box,” and the track record is not strong. Yet getting history right is immensely important, as the past is one of the few places that allow us to understand structural features that might persist. – Joseph Torigian, Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion (2022) The political successions in the Soviet Union and China after Stalin and Mao, respectively, are often explained as triumphs of inner‑party democracy, leading to a victory of “reformers” over “conservatives” or “radicals.” In traditional thinking, Leninist institutions provide competitors a mechanism for debating policy and making promises, stipulate rules for leadership selection, and prevent the military and secret police from playing a coercive role. Here, Joseph Torigian argues that the post-cult of personality power struggles in history's two greatest Leninist regimes were instead shaped by the politics of personal prestige, historical antagonisms, backhanded political maneuvering, and violence. Mining newly discovered material from Russia and China, Torigian challenges the established historiography and suggests a new way of thinking about the nature of power in authoritarian regimes. Professor Torigian's insightful and accessible journal articles with hyperlinks and book recommendations from this interview for listeners interested in exploring related concepts and ideas: Open Access Global Studies Quarterly article ‘A New Case for the Study of individual Events in Political Science' as mentioned regarding influence of historical institutionalism in his approach; Open Access Journal of Cold War Studies article which serves as a sequel to his book – ‘You Don't Know Khrushchev Well: The Ouster of the Soviet Leader as a Challenge to Recent Scholarship on Authoritarian Politics'; Robert Caro's Working : Researching, Interviewing, Writing; David Halloway's Stalin and The Bomb; Chinese University of Hong Kong's 中华人民共和国史 (Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guoshi) Theda Skopol's States and Social Revolutions – A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China which is required reading for students in his masters-level class on China and Russia. See also Joseph's illuminating ‘War on the Rocks' post-doc blog post of January 2017 in which, among other things, he correctly anticipates the PRC's top leadership succession as non-event. Joseph Torigian is assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. His research focuses on the study of the politics of authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on elite power struggles, civil-military relations, and grand strategy. His research agenda draws upon comparative politics, historical institutionalism and international relations with a focus on relevant questions about the long-term political trajectories of both China and Russia. Keith Krueger lectures part-time in the Sydney Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in East Asian Studies
Joseph Torigian, "Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion: Elite Power Struggles in the Soviet Union and China After Stalin and Mao" (Yale UP, 2022)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:32


Unfortunately, one takeaway for readers of this book should be the difficulty that not only outside analysts but even party insiders face when trying to understand elite politics in Leninist regimes. Sinologists have always struggled to see inside the “black box,” and the track record is not strong. Yet getting history right is immensely important, as the past is one of the few places that allow us to understand structural features that might persist. – Joseph Torigian, Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion (2022) The political successions in the Soviet Union and China after Stalin and Mao, respectively, are often explained as triumphs of inner‑party democracy, leading to a victory of “reformers” over “conservatives” or “radicals.” In traditional thinking, Leninist institutions provide competitors a mechanism for debating policy and making promises, stipulate rules for leadership selection, and prevent the military and secret police from playing a coercive role. Here, Joseph Torigian argues that the post-cult of personality power struggles in history's two greatest Leninist regimes were instead shaped by the politics of personal prestige, historical antagonisms, backhanded political maneuvering, and violence. Mining newly discovered material from Russia and China, Torigian challenges the established historiography and suggests a new way of thinking about the nature of power in authoritarian regimes. Professor Torigian's insightful and accessible journal articles with hyperlinks and book recommendations from this interview for listeners interested in exploring related concepts and ideas: Open Access Global Studies Quarterly article ‘A New Case for the Study of individual Events in Political Science' as mentioned regarding influence of historical institutionalism in his approach; Open Access Journal of Cold War Studies article which serves as a sequel to his book – ‘You Don't Know Khrushchev Well: The Ouster of the Soviet Leader as a Challenge to Recent Scholarship on Authoritarian Politics'; Robert Caro's Working : Researching, Interviewing, Writing; David Halloway's Stalin and The Bomb; Chinese University of Hong Kong's 中华人民共和国史 (Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guoshi) Theda Skopol's States and Social Revolutions – A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China which is required reading for students in his masters-level class on China and Russia. See also Joseph's illuminating ‘War on the Rocks' post-doc blog post of January 2017 in which, among other things, he correctly anticipates the PRC's top leadership succession as non-event. Joseph Torigian is assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. His research focuses on the study of the politics of authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on elite power struggles, civil-military relations, and grand strategy. His research agenda draws upon comparative politics, historical institutionalism and international relations with a focus on relevant questions about the long-term political trajectories of both China and Russia. Keith Krueger lectures part-time in the Sydney Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies
Joseph Torigian, "Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion: Elite Power Struggles in the Soviet Union and China After Stalin and Mao" (Yale UP, 2022)

New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:32


Unfortunately, one takeaway for readers of this book should be the difficulty that not only outside analysts but even party insiders face when trying to understand elite politics in Leninist regimes. Sinologists have always struggled to see inside the “black box,” and the track record is not strong. Yet getting history right is immensely important, as the past is one of the few places that allow us to understand structural features that might persist. – Joseph Torigian, Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion (2022) The political successions in the Soviet Union and China after Stalin and Mao, respectively, are often explained as triumphs of inner‑party democracy, leading to a victory of “reformers” over “conservatives” or “radicals.” In traditional thinking, Leninist institutions provide competitors a mechanism for debating policy and making promises, stipulate rules for leadership selection, and prevent the military and secret police from playing a coercive role. Here, Joseph Torigian argues that the post-cult of personality power struggles in history's two greatest Leninist regimes were instead shaped by the politics of personal prestige, historical antagonisms, backhanded political maneuvering, and violence. Mining newly discovered material from Russia and China, Torigian challenges the established historiography and suggests a new way of thinking about the nature of power in authoritarian regimes. Professor Torigian's insightful and accessible journal articles with hyperlinks and book recommendations from this interview for listeners interested in exploring related concepts and ideas: Open Access Global Studies Quarterly article ‘A New Case for the Study of individual Events in Political Science' as mentioned regarding influence of historical institutionalism in his approach; Open Access Journal of Cold War Studies article which serves as a sequel to his book – ‘You Don't Know Khrushchev Well: The Ouster of the Soviet Leader as a Challenge to Recent Scholarship on Authoritarian Politics'; Robert Caro's Working : Researching, Interviewing, Writing; David Halloway's Stalin and The Bomb; Chinese University of Hong Kong's 中华人民共和国史 (Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guoshi) Theda Skopol's States and Social Revolutions – A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China which is required reading for students in his masters-level class on China and Russia. See also Joseph's illuminating ‘War on the Rocks' post-doc blog post of January 2017 in which, among other things, he correctly anticipates the PRC's top leadership succession as non-event. Joseph Torigian is assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. His research focuses on the study of the politics of authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on elite power struggles, civil-military relations, and grand strategy. His research agenda draws upon comparative politics, historical institutionalism and international relations with a focus on relevant questions about the long-term political trajectories of both China and Russia. Keith Krueger lectures part-time in the Sydney Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/russian-studies

New Books Network
Joseph Torigian, "Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion: Elite Power Struggles in the Soviet Union and China After Stalin and Mao" (Yale UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:32


Unfortunately, one takeaway for readers of this book should be the difficulty that not only outside analysts but even party insiders face when trying to understand elite politics in Leninist regimes. Sinologists have always struggled to see inside the “black box,” and the track record is not strong. Yet getting history right is immensely important, as the past is one of the few places that allow us to understand structural features that might persist. – Joseph Torigian, Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion (2022) The political successions in the Soviet Union and China after Stalin and Mao, respectively, are often explained as triumphs of inner‑party democracy, leading to a victory of “reformers” over “conservatives” or “radicals.” In traditional thinking, Leninist institutions provide competitors a mechanism for debating policy and making promises, stipulate rules for leadership selection, and prevent the military and secret police from playing a coercive role. Here, Joseph Torigian argues that the post-cult of personality power struggles in history's two greatest Leninist regimes were instead shaped by the politics of personal prestige, historical antagonisms, backhanded political maneuvering, and violence. Mining newly discovered material from Russia and China, Torigian challenges the established historiography and suggests a new way of thinking about the nature of power in authoritarian regimes. Professor Torigian's insightful and accessible journal articles with hyperlinks and book recommendations from this interview for listeners interested in exploring related concepts and ideas: Open Access Global Studies Quarterly article ‘A New Case for the Study of individual Events in Political Science' as mentioned regarding influence of historical institutionalism in his approach; Open Access Journal of Cold War Studies article which serves as a sequel to his book – ‘You Don't Know Khrushchev Well: The Ouster of the Soviet Leader as a Challenge to Recent Scholarship on Authoritarian Politics'; Robert Caro's Working : Researching, Interviewing, Writing; David Halloway's Stalin and The Bomb; Chinese University of Hong Kong's 中华人民共和国史 (Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guoshi) Theda Skopol's States and Social Revolutions – A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China which is required reading for students in his masters-level class on China and Russia. See also Joseph's illuminating ‘War on the Rocks' post-doc blog post of January 2017 in which, among other things, he correctly anticipates the PRC's top leadership succession as non-event. Joseph Torigian is assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. His research focuses on the study of the politics of authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on elite power struggles, civil-military relations, and grand strategy. His research agenda draws upon comparative politics, historical institutionalism and international relations with a focus on relevant questions about the long-term political trajectories of both China and Russia. Keith Krueger lectures part-time in the Sydney Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Joseph Torigian, "Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion: Elite Power Struggles in the Soviet Union and China After Stalin and Mao" (Yale UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:32


Unfortunately, one takeaway for readers of this book should be the difficulty that not only outside analysts but even party insiders face when trying to understand elite politics in Leninist regimes. Sinologists have always struggled to see inside the “black box,” and the track record is not strong. Yet getting history right is immensely important, as the past is one of the few places that allow us to understand structural features that might persist. – Joseph Torigian, Prestige, Manipulation, and Coercion (2022) The political successions in the Soviet Union and China after Stalin and Mao, respectively, are often explained as triumphs of inner‑party democracy, leading to a victory of “reformers” over “conservatives” or “radicals.” In traditional thinking, Leninist institutions provide competitors a mechanism for debating policy and making promises, stipulate rules for leadership selection, and prevent the military and secret police from playing a coercive role. Here, Joseph Torigian argues that the post-cult of personality power struggles in history's two greatest Leninist regimes were instead shaped by the politics of personal prestige, historical antagonisms, backhanded political maneuvering, and violence. Mining newly discovered material from Russia and China, Torigian challenges the established historiography and suggests a new way of thinking about the nature of power in authoritarian regimes. Professor Torigian's insightful and accessible journal articles with hyperlinks and book recommendations from this interview for listeners interested in exploring related concepts and ideas: Open Access Global Studies Quarterly article ‘A New Case for the Study of individual Events in Political Science' as mentioned regarding influence of historical institutionalism in his approach; Open Access Journal of Cold War Studies article which serves as a sequel to his book – ‘You Don't Know Khrushchev Well: The Ouster of the Soviet Leader as a Challenge to Recent Scholarship on Authoritarian Politics'; Robert Caro's Working : Researching, Interviewing, Writing; David Halloway's Stalin and The Bomb; Chinese University of Hong Kong's 中华人民共和国史 (Zhonghua Renmin Gonghe Guoshi) Theda Skopol's States and Social Revolutions – A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China which is required reading for students in his masters-level class on China and Russia. See also Joseph's illuminating ‘War on the Rocks' post-doc blog post of January 2017 in which, among other things, he correctly anticipates the PRC's top leadership succession as non-event. Joseph Torigian is assistant professor in the School of International Service at American University in Washington D.C. His research focuses on the study of the politics of authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on elite power struggles, civil-military relations, and grand strategy. His research agenda draws upon comparative politics, historical institutionalism and international relations with a focus on relevant questions about the long-term political trajectories of both China and Russia. Keith Krueger lectures part-time in the Sydney Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Our Untangled Minds
S3:E6 What Healthcare Providers Need to Know about Reproductive Coercion with Dr. Karen Grace, PhD, MSN, CNM, FACNM

Our Untangled Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 41:43


Reproductive coercion and intimate partner violence can be difficult topics that healthcare providers don't always know how to address. In this episode, Dr. Karen Grace, PhD, MSN, CNM, FACNM draws on her extensive research and midwifery expertise to provide a primer on how these issues affect patients and how to approach them in the clinical setting.

Covenant Church Sermons
The Coercion Paradox - Ecclesiastes - The Good Life

Covenant Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 146:41


Message from Nick Gillispie on September 4, 2022

American Education FM
EP. 360 - Education negligence, jab coercion, and the proposed perversion of Title IX.

American Education FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 75:23


Multiple recent examples of education negligence, nationwide jab coercion that hit the corporate and educational world is starting to backfire, and the left seeks to permanently pervert Title IX. 

NTD Evening News
Redacted Affidavit Used in Trump Raid Released; Facebook Censored Hunter Biden Laptop Story: Zuckerberg

NTD Evening News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:45


NTD Evening News—08/26/2022 1. Redacted Trump Search Affidavit Released 2. Mike Davis: Raid Was Unprecedented, Unlawful 3. Whistleblower Speaks on Facebook Censorship 4. Powell: High Rates Could Last for Some Time 5. How Will Fed's Rate Hikes Affect People? 6. Asylum Claim Backlog Grows to Historic Level 7. DC Students Aged 12+ Must Get Covid-19 Vax 8. Moderna Sues Pfizer, BioNTech 9. American College Campuses Monitoring Speech 10. Advocate: Rape and Coercion in Pornography

Decidedly
Ep.51 HIGHLIGHT I Dr. Stuart Fischbein I Deciding with Your Instincts

Decidedly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 15:33


This episode is a highlight reel from this week's full episode.WANT THE FULL EPISODE?Check out yesterday's episode, or download it directly: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/50986970/download.mp3What is the driving factor in your decisions?Oftentimes, coercion, systemization, media, and administrations influence our actions whether we take notice or not. Dr. Stu Fischbein, Community-Based Obstetrician, shares the importance of shared decision-making, informed choice, and allowing space for independent, instinctual decisions in his practice as an OBGYN.KEY TOPICS- Independence from institutions as a method of making less-biased decisions- Coercion as an unethical decision-making technique- Not relying on policies or assumed rules to make decisions for you- Informed consent- Shared decision-making- Risk management when making decisionsCONNECT WITH USDecidedlypodcast.comInstagram: @decidedlypodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decidedlypodcastShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy.LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/decidedlywealth/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DecidedlyWealth/Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly decision-making tips: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001aeU_pPBHJPNJWJBdVbaci6bjGIuEJurH12xHBWDEVT_NxyCadMd7wLSZjcEZglkSjDjehuIbTHD8nABOIdV69ctfYpSzg24RCIytetBUrlIPPKgaGzjGZ8DkM0Wp1LMjbErcYUur7PbZGjeVo4gyXlz821AoJGZRJoin us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEStretch Lab: https://www.stretchlab.com/“The Knees Over Toes Guy”: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheKneesovertoesguyMorgan, the Decidedly Producer and also birth nerd: https://www.instagram.com/morganmckittrick/“A Bugs Life”, Go Around the Leaf: https://youtu.be/qTQJdGp4F34American College of OBGYN, referenced by Dr. Stu: https://www.acog.org/Dr. Emily Oster's book, “Expecting Better”: https://www.amazon.com/Expecting-Better-Conventional-Pregnancy-Wisdom/dp/B08SJDP2CW/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32BF78JHUV89E&keywords=expecting+better&qid=1661107085&sprefix=expecting+bette%2Caps%2C181&sr=8-1Our episode with Dr. Emily Oster, Ep.20: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/48357122/download.mp3ABOUT DR. STUWebsite: www.birthinginstincts.comInstagram: @birthinginstinctsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/drstuspodcastDr. Stu's Podcast with Blyss Young, “Birthing Instincts”: https://open.spotify.com/show/5IYrdNqDATUbK7FDAk2EKcStuart James Fischbein, MD was Board Certified in 1989 and became a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology in 1990. He has been a practicing obstetrician in Southern California since completing his residency in 1986. While well trained at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the standard medical model of obstetrics he had the respect and vision to support the midwifery model of care and served as a backup consultant to many home and birthing center midwives for 25 years. In 1996 he founded The Woman's Place for Health, Inc., a collaborative hospital-based practice of Certified Nurse Midwives and Obstetricians in Ventura County, California. In 2004, Dr. Fischbein co-authored the book, “Fearless Pregnancy, Wisdom & Reassurance from a Doctor, a Midwife and a Mom.” For his efforts he has been awarded the Doulas Association of Southern California (DASC) Physician of the year award three times and, in 2008, was the very first recipient of DASC's lifetime achievement award in support of pregnant women. He has spoken internationally on breech and vaginal birth after cesarean section and has appeared in many documentaries, including: “More Business of Being Born”, “Happy Healthy Child”, “Reducing Infant Mortality”, “Heads Up: The Disappearing Art of Vaginal Breech Delivery” and multiple YouTube videos discussing birth choices and respect for patient autonomy and decision making.Dr. Fischbein now practices community-based birthing and works directly with home birthing midwives www.birthinginstincts.com to offer hope for those women who prefer and respect a natural birthing environment and cannot find supportive practitioners for VBAC, twin and breech deliveries. He is an outspoken advocate of informed decision making, the midwifery model of care and human rights in childbirth, receiving the 2016 “Most Audacious” award from HRIC and the Association for Wholistic & Newborn Health. Hear more of his thoughts and advocacy for evidenced-based, reasonable choices on his podcast. He is a preceptor for midwifery students from Nizhoni, NMI, NCM and Georgetown University School of Midwifery. He is the primary author of threepeer-reviewed papers; 1) Homebirth with an Obstetrician, A Series of 135 Out of Hospital Births 2) Breech birth at home: outcomes of 60 breech and 109 cephalic planned home and birth center birth3) Case Report: A Maneuver for Head Entanglement in Term Breech/Vertex Twins. Dr. Fischbein still actively cares for pregnant women while teaching hands-on seminars on breech birth around the globe. He has the goals of improving collaboration amongst the differing professions in the birthing world and the re-teaching of the core skills, such as breech and twin vaginal birth, that make the specialty of obstetrics unique.

Decidedly
Ep.51 I Dr. Stuart Fischbein I Deciding with Your Instincts

Decidedly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 71:14


What is the driving factor in your decisions?Oftentimes, coercion, systemization, media, and administrations influence our actions whether we take notice or not. Dr. Stu Fischbein, Community-Based Obstetrician, shares the importance of shared decision-making, informed choice, and allowing space for independent, instinctual decisions in his practice as an OBGYN.KEY TOPICS- Independence from institutions as a method of making less-biased decisions- Coercion as an unethical decision-making technique- Not relying on policies or assumed rules to make decisions for you- Informed consent- Shared decision-making- Risk management when making decisionsDon't have time for the full episode?Check out the 15-minute highlight reel from our conversation with Dr. Stu: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/51017032/download.mp3CONNECT WITH USDecidedlypodcast.comInstagram: @decidedlypodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/decidedlypodcastShawn's Instagram: @shawn_d_smith Sanger's Instagram: @sangersmith MAKING A FINANCIAL DECISION?At Decidedly Wealth Management, we focus on decision-making as the foundational element of success, in our effort to empower families to purposefully apply their wealth to fulfill their values and build a thriving legacy.LEARN MORE: www.decidedlywealth.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/decidedlywealth/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DecidedlyWealth/Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly decision-making tips: https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001aeU_pPBHJPNJWJBdVbaci6bjGIuEJurH12xHBWDEVT_NxyCadMd7wLSZjcEZglkSjDjehuIbTHD8nABOIdV69ctfYpSzg24RCIytetBUrlIPPKgaGzjGZ8DkM0Wp1LMjbErcYUur7PbZGjeVo4gyXlz821AoJGZRJoin us every Wednesday for more strategies to DEFEAT bad decision-making - one episode at a time!MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEStretch Lab: https://www.stretchlab.com/“The Knees Over Toes Guy”: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheKneesovertoesguyMorgan, the Decidedly Producer and also birth nerd: https://www.instagram.com/morganmckittrick/“A Bugs Life”, Go Around the Leaf: https://youtu.be/qTQJdGp4F34American College of OBGYN, referenced by Dr. Stu: https://www.acog.org/Dr. Emily Oster's book, “Expecting Better”: https://www.amazon.com/Expecting-Better-Conventional-Pregnancy-Wisdom/dp/B08SJDP2CW/ref=sr_1_1?crid=32BF78JHUV89E&keywords=expecting+better&qid=1661107085&sprefix=expecting+bette%2Caps%2C181&sr=8-1Our episode with Dr. Emily Oster, Ep.20: https://api.spreaker.com/v2/episodes/48357122/download.mp3ABOUT DR. STUWebsite: www.birthinginstincts.comInstagram: @birthinginstinctsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/drstuspodcastDr. Stu's Podcast with Blyss Young, “Birthing Instincts”: https://open.spotify.com/show/5IYrdNqDATUbK7FDAk2EKcStuart James Fischbein, MD was Board Certified in 1989 and became a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology in 1990. He has been a practicing obstetrician in Southern California since completing his residency in 1986. While well trained at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the standard medical model of obstetrics he had the respect and vision to support the midwifery model of care and served as a backup consultant to many home and birthing center midwives for 25 years. In 1996 he founded The Woman's Place for Health, Inc., a collaborative hospital-based practice of Certified Nurse Midwives and Obstetricians in Ventura County, California. In 2004, Dr. Fischbein co-authored the book, “Fearless Pregnancy, Wisdom & Reassurance from a Doctor, a Midwife and a Mom.” For his efforts he has been awarded the Doulas Association of Southern California (DASC) Physician of the year award three times and, in 2008, was the very first recipient of DASC's lifetime achievement award in support of pregnant women. He has spoken internationally on breech and vaginal birth after cesarean section and has appeared in many documentaries, including: “More Business of Being Born”, “Happy Healthy Child”, “Reducing Infant Mortality”, “Heads Up: The Disappearing Art of Vaginal Breech Delivery” and multiple YouTube videos discussing birth choices and respect for patient autonomy and decision making.Dr. Fischbein now practices community-based birthing and works directly with home birthing midwives www.birthinginstincts.com to offer hope for those women who prefer and respect a natural birthing environment and cannot find supportive practitioners for VBAC, twin and breech deliveries. He is an outspoken advocate of informed decision making, the midwifery model of care and human rights in childbirth, receiving the 2016 “Most Audacious” award from HRIC and the Association for Wholistic & Newborn Health. Hear more of his thoughts and advocacy for evidenced-based, reasonable choices on his podcast. He is a preceptor for midwifery students from Nizhoni, NMI, NCM and Georgetown University School of Midwifery. He is the primary author of threepeer-reviewed papers; 1) Homebirth with an Obstetrician, A Series of 135 Out of Hospital Births 2) Breech birth at home: outcomes of 60 breech and 109 cephalic planned home and birth center birth3) Case Report: A Maneuver for Head Entanglement in Term Breech/Vertex Twins. Dr. Fischbein still actively cares for pregnant women while teaching hands-on seminars on breech birth around the globe. He has the goals of improving collaboration amongst the differing professions in the birthing world and the re-teaching of the core skills, such as breech and twin vaginal birth, that make the specialty of obstetrics unique.

The Rachel Maddow Show
DOJ keeping close eye on January 6th Committee findings

The Rachel Maddow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:23 Very Popular


...Plus, Coercion eyed in discovery that Trump is paying for lawyers for January 6th witnesses