This looks like a highly provocative and paradoxical title, and so it is. What we present here is an outworking of Ofer Zur’s article (2006), The Pathology of Victimhood. Nigel Pocock Zur argues that the tendency to ignore the psychology of victims arises from a fear of […]
Some people manage to overcome difficulties and come out stronger on the other side. Others do not manage to recover. Human responses to critical moments in life vary depending on our capacity to consider change as an opportunity to better oneself.
In a post-structuralist, post-modern, cultural world, sexual identity as an idea has itself become questionable. Instead of a ‘natural’ sexual identity, the notion has developed that sexual identity is socially constructed. Steve Latham Before the nineteenth century homosexuals did not exist. Perhaps I should explain. Michel Foucault famously made the […]
The economic growth of the region has caused it to experience significant changes in its migratory flow. With intra regional migration on the rise we see the arrival of many Europeans along with many Latin Americans now returning home. . Ramón Alabau . Passport in hand, Carlos with high hopes […]
This diplomat has been in the post of Consul General in London for three years. Speaking about his community in the capital, he tells us they fit in perfectly: there is something about Argentineans that British people find particularly attractive. Benjamin Serra Claudio Óscar Rojo has always had an interest […]