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RadioActive—Pretty Hurts: Media and Body Image
By Michael Matthiesen posted Aug 01, 2014 at 09:43 AM

 

Sunday @ 6PM, The current social construct of beauty on the American populous has created an unhealthy body image for US Citizens regardless of age. For a population that is 70% overweight, the goal to look like Ken or Barbie is becoming exceedingly less healthy which has some reporters begging the question "If pretty hurts, are we doing it wrong?" Current UM C&SC Master's student Ana Mantica will be on-air to explain.





RadioActive—Rotary International: A World of Difference.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jul 21, 2014 at 02:37 AM

 

Sunday @6PM, Started by Paul Harris in 1905, Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. How do Miami's local Rotary Clubs make an impact? 





RadioActive—Prolific Pupils: The Role of Education in Building Economy & Productive Citizens.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jul 17, 2014 at 04:30 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, Education has always played a fundamental role in inducting children to be productive members of society. However, have we ever asked how some citizens become more productive and contributing member then others, how this effects economy, and how education plays a role in that. De’Azia Baldwin will join us on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—Nudgenomics: The Case for American Behavioral Policy
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jul 06, 2014 at 07:54 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, TIME Magazine has praised Prime Minister Cameron’s government for their use of Behavioral Economic policies calling it a cheap, shrewd, and effective solution. American’s everyday are effected by behavioral economics in places as simple as your local grocery store. What if the US Government started in acting policy that utilized behavioral economics. UM PhD student Robyn Ziperstein will be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—Power, Poverty, and Guns: Are we having the wrong conversation?
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jul 04, 2014 at 05:59 PM

 

Sunday @6PM, Researchers have consistently drawn the link between poverty and violence — including gun violence. Yet politicians, media talking heads, and by result the general American populous consider power, guns, and poverty three seperate issues. This power-poverty paradigm is seen around the world as the most impoverished areas typically see the most gun violence. This leads to the question -- should we change our conversation about poverty and gun violence? Kurt Kivell and Natalie Kivell will be on-air to explain. 





RadioActive—Boy Meet Social Constructionism: Expanding Our View of the World Around Us.
By Michael Matthiesen posted Jun 23, 2014 at 02:41 AM

 

Sunday @6PM, As we explored previously on RadioActive -- the world is made up of social constructions and we should be aware how they influence our perspections. Now that a basic understanding of social constructions have been set, we will explore some various assumptions we share based on these imaginary walls that we have established. Natalie Kivell will join us back on-air to explain. 





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