Posts Tagged 'Robert Putnam'

Video: Robert Putnam i Manchester

Jeg fandt en ældre video med Robert Putnam, som jeg gav mig til at se. Jeg blogger den lige, så jeg ved, hvor jeg har den. Der er ikke meget, som ikke allerede har været sagt i andre Putnam-videoer (og audioer) her på Veritas Universalis.

Fra en konference afholdt den 16. oktober 2007. “Social Capital and Community Cohesion in Manchester” på Manchester Metropolitan University, Department of Sociology:

Robert Putnam – Manchester

Robert D. Putnam is the Peter and Isabel Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard, where he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. He is also Visiting Professor and Director of the Manchester Graduate Summer Programme in Social Change, University of Manchester (UK).

Opdatering 12. juni 2010 – sætter lige denne audio fra The TakeAway den 18. oktober 2010 ind her:

Robert Putnam on How Religion Unites and Divides Americans

Audio Headset Black 50“American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us” is a exhaustive survey of the role of religion in American public life, and authors Robert Putnam and David Campbell, paint a mostly positive portrait of American religion.

Religious Americans are better neighbors than their secular counterparts, are more likely to volunteer and give money to charities; are more civically engaged and more likely to let someone cut in line; the list goes on.

“American Grace” also finds us increasingly polarized on religious matters but increasingly tolerant of religious differences. The reason? Political scientist, Robert Putnam, believes it’s ultimately our friendships and our social networks that help us overcome our religious differences.

Startes HER eller her – åbner Windows Media Player. Man kan også lytte via en player her hos WNYC Radio. Varighed 8 minutter.

Opdatering 15. juni 2011 – WNYC Radio har endnu et interview fra The Brian Lehrer Show den 24. december 2010:

God and Politics

American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us co-authors Robert Putnam, professor of public policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, and David Campbell, associate professor of political science and a research fellow with the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame, look at the interplay of religious and political ideas in the US.

Startes HER eller her. Åbner Windows Media Player – varighed 14 minut.

Video: Douglas Murray om Libyen

Fra BBC Newsnight den 28. april 2011:

Douglas Murray discusses interventionism in the light of the current conflict in Libya.

Opdatering – ser ud til at være fra 7. april 2011 lavet af The United States Studies Centre at the University in Sidney:

Robert Putnam on America’s social fabric and meeting Gaddafi

As one of the best known the social scientists of the last half century, Professor Robert Putnam has performed research into American society and how it has evolved over recent decades. In this interview he discusses his latest book American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us, as well as explaining how levels of connection and trust among people (known as social capital) have far reaching implications for how a nation like America handles terrorist attacks, financial crises and presidential elections. Professor Putnam also recounts his experience of meeting Colonel Gaddafi in the Libyan desert and what it told him about the now infamous dictator

Audio: Robert Putnam om social kapital

Intervieweren hedder James Panichi – fra ABC Radio i Australien den 22. April 2011. Komplet udskrift her:

Healthy, wealthy and happy: why social capitalists rule

Audio IconYou may have heard of human capital — that’s the total of what you know and how you can put it to work. Then there’s physical capital: that’s the material stuff you own. But what about ‘social capital’? What’s the value, and the measure, of our networks of social interaction? It’s not just about formal membership of organisations, or running for public office. It’s about the worth of all our social interactions: a chat with a neighbour over the back fence, work for a school committee, letter-writing to the local paper or the signing of a petition. It all adds up to social capital. And it’s more important than you might think. Communities with high levels of social capital are happier, healthier, safer and wealthier than those with little of it. Research suggests that social capital is, indeed, the key to a good life. So, what happens when social capital collapses? What should we do? And is it something which law-makers should be thinking about? American academic and author Robert Putnam, who has chronicled the collapse in social capital in the United States, says we need to reconsider our TV watching habits, ditch our virtual friends and find ways to reconnected with society. Real people, real interaction. You schmooze or you lose.

Startes HER – åbner Windows Media Player. Varighed 29 miutter.

Robert D. Putnam har mødt Moammar Gadhafi

With Libya’s Megalomaniac ‘Philosopher-King’

By Robert D. Putnam – February 26, 2011

The Wall Street Journal

In a tent in the desert, Gadhafi explained why he could never tolerate any challenge to his supreme will.

On Jan. 19, 2007, my wife, Rosemary, and I spent several hours with Col. Moammar Gadhafi in his tent in the Libyan desert, sipping tea and discussing sociology and political theory. It was a strange encounter at the time, and after the horrific events of the past week in Libya, it seems stranger still.

Mere HER i The Wall Street Journal. Reservelink her og her.

Opdatering 7. maj 2011 – se eventuelt også denne artikel i The Boston Globe:

Video: Robert Putnam om religion og tolerance i USA og Israel

Hvis man har set en af alle de Putnam-videoer, der er dukket op det sidste halve år, kan man roligt springe denne over. Det er mere eller mindre samme forelæsning hver gang. Putnam skøjter stadig udenom islam. 

I Q&A dukker der dog lidt nyt op, der handler om etiopere i Israel. Det ikke  meget, diskussionen berører emnet, men etiopierne har det åbenbart ikke for godt i deres nye fædreland:

The Professor Robert Putnam Seminar

A seminar that was held at the Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy, Tel Aviv University, Israel. 13/1/11

Opdatering 20. januar 2011 – fandt et interview med Robert Putnam:

Robert D. Putnam: America’s grace

[...] Putnam, author of the best-selling book “Bowling Alone,” is the Malkin Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University and former dean of the Kennedy School of Government.

He spoke with Faith & Leadership about religious trends in America. The following is an edited transcript of the interview.

Mere HER hos Faith & Leadership.

Video: Interview – Joseph Daniels & Robert Putnam

For folk, der allerede har set en af de mange nye videoer med Robert Putnam, er der ikke så meget nyt i dette interview. Ikke for at kritisere, for programmet er udmærket. Så mangler man lidt opdatering mht. Putnam, er chancen her. Problemet med islam hører man stadig ikke rigtig noget om:

Dr. Robert Putnam on The Difference Network at Marquette University

In the first of a two-part interview, Drs. Robert Putnam and Joseph Daniels discuss social capital and its implications in religion and politics. Putnam’s book, American Grace, examines the role social capital plays in how religion divides and unites Americans. Daniels’ research on social capital is cited in the book.

Dr. Robert Putnam on The Difference Network at Marquette University

In the second of a two-part series, Dr. Robert Putnam explains the “Aunt Susan” phenomenon, and he and Dr. Joseph Daniels discuss how Americans have been shifting their religious affiliations to align with their political beliefs.

Programmet, der er optaget for nyligt, er uploadet på  YouTube den 23. november 2010.

Opdatering: Jeg fandt en mp3 på 51 minutter fra New Hampshire Public Radio :

Robert Putnam and “American Grace”

By Laura Knoy

The author of the acclaimed book Bowling Alone is now looking at dramatic changes in our religious life, from interfaith marriages to religious tolerance to how people of different faiths view each other. We talk with Robert Putnam to learn about religion in America and how it’s changing.

Guest: Robert Putnam, professor of public policy at Harvard University and author of a dozen books, including Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American “Community” and American Grace.

This program was originally broadcast October 12, 2010.

 Starter Windows Media Player HER.

Video, audio og artikel: Robert Putnam om religioner i USA

Skøjter stadig udenom islam:

Religious people are ‘better neighbors’

By David Campbell and Robert Putnam

Logo USA TodayIs religion toxic or a tonic for our nation’s civic life? The question often inspires passion, and vitriol, on both sides. Professional atheists like Christopher Hitchens argue that “religion poisons everything,” while advocates for religion, like Glenn Beck, see faith in God as the antidote to all that ails America.

To understand religion’s role in America today, we have spent the last five years exhaustively examining the many ways that religion affects American society — from our families to our politics to our communities. We have done so with what we believe to be the most comprehensive survey of religion in America ever done, supplemented by every other source of relevant data we could find. The result is our new book, American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us. Our objective is not to take sides on religion, but only to report what the data say.

Mere HER i USA Today. The Telegraph har en artikel om artiklen her. Desuden en audio – Putnam siger ikke noget nyt – fra 15. november 2010:

Author Robert Putnam discusses his new book, “American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us.” The book includes a dozen or so profiles of congregations across the country, attempting to illuminate the role of spirituality in the everyday lives of Americans.

Host: Michael Krasny
Guests: Robert Putnam, author and professor of public policy at Harvard University

Reservelink til KQED-udsendelsen her.

Opdatering 18. november 2010:

Jeg fandt en video med Robert Putnam fra 1. oktober 2010, – der sker ikke noget nyt her:

Robert Putnam on Immigration and Social Capital at NIIC 2010

2010 National Immigrant Integration Conference, Boston, MA – Morning Plenary, 10/1/2010

Immigrants & the Host Communities: the importance of new citizens in revitalizing democracy and renewing civic values

Videoen hakker det første minut. Derefter kører den normalt:

Videoen stammer fra en konference, som kan ses i sin helhed på Vimeo. Der ligger flere videoer fra arrangementet her.


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