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Be about Something: trying to understand the geography of injustice. Danny Dorling, University of Sheffield / Carl Lee, Sheffield College Presentation and Films made with the support and Benjamin Hennig. Elitism is efficient. By home location at age 15. Source: A Tale of Two Cities

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Be about Something:trying to understand the geography of injustice

Danny Dorling, University of Sheffield / Carl Lee, Sheffield College

Presentation and Films made with the support and Benjamin Hennig


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Elitism is efficient


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By home location at age 15

Source: A Tale of Two Cities

The Sheffield Project

http://www.sasi.group.shef.

ac.uk/research/sheffield/index.html


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Source: A Tale of Two Cities

The Sheffield Project


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Exclusion is necessary


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Graph: Personal short term debt (credit card) as % of assets (OECD) Map: Government net borrowing/lending deficit - national debt (EU)

National Debt

Source 2008/9

OECD and Eurostat

Personal Debt


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A poster drawn by Stephen Rose

using 2005 income and wealth data.

Inset below is of poorest pensioners


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Prejudice is natural


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We used to have different ideas


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The last time a million people aged under 25 were unemployed was 1984

Source:

New Social Atlas

http://www.sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/publications/new_social_atlas/chapter3.pdf


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Greed is good


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Inequality and meat

USA

Spain

France

Germany

UK

Japan

Inequality

Meat consumption in kg per year per person

Source: www.shef.ac.uk/sasi - see presentations: is more equal more green


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Inequality and waste

Singapore

USA

Spain

Municipal waste collected (kg per capita per year)

France

UK

Germany

Japan

Inequality

Source: www.shef.ac.uk/sasi - see presentations: is more equal more green


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Despair is inevitable


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ANTIDEPRESSENTS

Map: items prescribed / PERSON 2008/9

GRAPH – Doses of comparable items


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“When I’m worried about something I can talk to my mum or dad” “When I’m worried about something I can talk to my friends” “When I’m worried about something I can talk to an adult other than my mum or dad”. Children who answered ‘yes’ to at least 2 of these 3:

Source: “Tell US” Survey – cancelled 2010


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See all videos from this presentation online:

http://www.youtube.com/user/viewsoftheworld/

Credits

Injustice films edited by Carl Lee

Music videos edited by Benjamin Hennig

http://sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/

http://sasi.group.shef.ac.uk/presentations/

Further credits as stated in the videos

Thanks to all of them!


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