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Digital sheet music source: Smith – Institutionalized

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How did the United States and the Soviet Union impact Africa during and after the Cold War? How did the United States and the Soviet Union impact Africa during and after the Cold War?I’ve tried searching for the answer but I can’t seem to find it anywhere. Thanks.

Digital sheet music source: Smith – Institutionalized

FEAR OF COMMUNISMFear of Communism haunted the white minority government of South Africa from the 1950’s to the collapse of single party rule in Eastern Europe in 1989. South Africa, along with Egypt, were the first two countries on the continent to give rise to Communist parties – both in the 1920’s. But the significance of this in domestic politics was only felt after the Second World War.After 1945, Africa became caught up in the confrontation between America and the Soviet Union, the so-called Cold War. Anti-Communism informed almost every aspect of the South African government’s foreign policy and much of its domestic policy.SUPPORT FROM WESTThe South African government’s stand found support in the Portuguese colonial regimes of Angola and Mozambique, which hung on until 1975, and the white government of Ian Smith in Rhodesia (modern Zimbabwe), which only yielded to majority rule in 1980.All these regimes equated political opposition with a desire to overthrow capitalism and nationalise the private sector. In this they were discreetly supported by most of Western Europe and America. The West was willing to turn a blind eye to institutionalised racism and minority rule government, if that meant keeping commercial and mining investments safe from nationalisation.The Zairean leader PresidentJoseph Mobutu was similarly supported by the West for making a public stand against Communism, while at the same time he systematically stripped his country of its wealth and resources.SOVIET SUPPORTFor its part the Soviet Union was happy to give military support to the governments of Angola and Mozambique and to the ANC. They had tried to achieve their goals of majority rule through peaceful means and failed. Now they had to contemplate using violent means.Aside from military aid, the Soviet Union also offered a number of educational scholarships to young people, mainly in the former English and Portuguese territories.But the Soviet Union gave little in the way of aid or trade. There was no great Soviet strategy for taking over Africa, and generally the Soviet Union was under informed about history, political structures and the needs of the countries it supported.Listen to the Soviet National AnthemBELIEF IN SOCIALISMThe level of ideological commitment or interest in socialist doctrine varied among all the different governments and movements which received Soviet military aid. Their main aim was not socialist revolution, but to be free of military aggression from South Africa and see independence with majority rule throughout the continent. Had the West offered assistance, there would have been much less need to look to Moscow.At another level the anti-capitalist, socialist outlook at the heart of communism was very attractive to people in a region where mineral and human resources had been so ruthlessly exploited for the sake of profit for the very few. But for many leaders, it made more sense to evolve an African form of socialism, drawing on African traditions than following in the footsteps of the Soviet Union.

What is the difference between social theory and sociological theory?
Some researchers have suggested new subcategories because the field of sociological theory is very broad. Kenneth Allan[5] suggested the terms sociological theory and social theory. Social theory, according to Allan, focuses on commentary and critique of modern society rather than explanation.[5] Prominent social theorists include: Jürgen Habermas, Pierre Bourdieu, Anthony Giddens, Erving Goffman, Michel Foucault, Dorothy Smith, Alfred Schutz, Jeffrey Alexander, and Jacques Derrida.[6] Note however, that these authors’ theories are very different. Several of the authors were in fact very empirical in their studies. For example, Erving Goffman had committed himself to a psychiatric ward in order to study the micro-sociology of institutionalized madness.[7]In contrast, the focus of the sociological theory is an attempt to create an abstract and testable propositions about society.[5] It often heavily relies on the scientific method, which aims for objectivity, and attempts to avoid passing value judgments. The Social theory is often closer to Continental philosophy, more subjective, and is much more likely to use the language of values and judgment: referring to the concepts of “good” or “bad”.[6] Prominent sociological theorists include Talcott Parsons, Robert K. Merton, Randall Collins, James Samuel Coleman, Peter Blau, Marshal McLuhan, Immanuel Wallerstein, George Homans, Harrison White, Theda Skocpol, Gerhard Lenski, Pierre van den Berghe and Jonathan H. Turner.[6]There are prominent scholars who could be seen as being in between social and sociological theories, such as Harold Garfinkel, Herbert Blumer, and Claude Lévi-Strauss.[6][edit]

Does anyone know any really good songs to listen to while you are depressed? recently, i have been getting sad from not being with someone. but i just love depressing music, and it seems to help. So if you know any that is not country, and may be more of a sad love song, or anything depressing, please post.
This is a fairly good variety.”If you’re not the one” – Daniel Bedingfield”Cry sometimes” – Kate Earl”Nightminds” – Missy Higgins”Wreck of the Day” – Anna Nalick”Flowers for a Ghost” – Thriving Ivory”Unhappy” – Thriving Ivory”Nobody Wins” – The Veronicas”Catalyst” – Anna NalickHope this helps!

Skinny Love – Bon IverBroadripple is Burning – Margot and the Nuclear So and So’sNo Lies, Just Love – Bright EyesNo One’s There (I Don’t Care) – Manboxetc

awww durnn I be mad sad to hear dat yous being sad 😦 Dont be worryin’. Darrell’s got yo back cuz he’s da MAN. Jus’ listen to his lovey dovey Bon Qui Qui rapping. Dats all you need. youtube.com/watch?v=jZkdcYlOn5M Don’t be sad no mo’ 🙂

songs by these artists:The Red Jumpsuit apperatusMy Chemical RomanceA Day To RememberPanic! at the disco

I Know It’s Over – The Smiths youtube.com/watch?v=k2e4V3Xh17w”Oh Mother, I can feel the soil falling over my headSee, the sea wants to take meThe knife wants to slit meDo you think you can help me?”

Fade to Black – MetallicaMy Lost Heaven – Black Label SocietyMost of my stuff’s more angry sorry.

If you’ve never been with him listen to these”Everything” by Lifehouse”Over and Over” by Three Days GraceIf you broke up then these are good ones”Tears From The Moon” by Conjure One”Forget It” by Breaking Benjamin”Retrace” by Anberlin”Already Over” by RedThese are sad too”Making The Most” by Dommin”One Last Time” by H.I.M.”Careless Whisper” by SeetherHope I was helpful

Warning – Footprints [Doom Metal]Gary Jules – Mad World [Acoustic]Moby – When It’s Cold I’d Like To Die [Ambient]

Can’t speak – DanzigHurt – Nine Inch NailsWoke up this morning – A3Institutionalized – Sucidal tendeciesInsanity – Oingo boingoGirlfriend in a coma – The SmithsAm I wrong – Love Spit LoveThe Unforgiven – Metalica