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Schwindel's solo shot off Danbury right hander in the top of the eighth inning which Danbury coach considered a betrayal of his home ballpark's modest dimensions was the decisive blow in yet another high scoring, though low drama tilt with the league leading Swamp Bats, who won 8 7 to climb to 12 4. The Westerners (8 10) led 7 4 after trailing 4 1 before letting this one wriggle free, their lack of quality starts begetting more trouble for an overtaxed bullpen both of which continue to let down an offense that's plenty powerful, particularly at home. "For a team that's only had four losses this year, it seems like we've really had their number," said Shevchik. "Our park has been working against us a little bit. They hit (a home run) to tie it up, then they hit a cheap one to move ahead. It's kind of frustrating because our pitchers have got to live down (in the strike zone). Westerners starter left with a lead but came out after five, which kept a disturbing trend in tact. "Our starting pitchers have a total of three wins and they've all come from the same guy ()," Shevchik said. "That tells you that we're winning a lot of games coming from behind and our bullpen's ending up getting the win. It's too much pressure to put on (the bullpen and the batters). And when we get the lead, we've got to hold onto it." Danbury's launched his NECBL leading sixth home run and (3 for 4, double) collected his 20th RBI, also good for tops in the league. was also 3 for 4 with a double. Keene starter Rob Rogers plays for Shevchik at . He induced three double plays in cruising through the first four innings before the Westerners perhaps aided by their coach's thorough scouting report knocked him around for a five run fifth. "It was fun," Shevchik said, laughing. "I knew he'd have to throw against us. And up until today, I think he had only given up one run and that was to us (in a relief appearance in Keene). We had a good scouting report on him. 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Researchers had speculated that hammerhead sharks in the area could be migrating as far south as the Gal Islands, some 1,400 miles away. If they were, Colombia could establish the whole region as a marine reserve, protecting the shark. But first they'd need to prove it. Over three trips, Buyle dove to depths of more than 200 feet and tagged 150 hammerheads. The data that came back was startling. Not only were the hammerheads migrating to waters around the Gal and farther away, but they were doing so in packs of several hundred, swimming head to fin with one another like stealth fighters. As a result, in 2006, 3,300 square miles around Malpelo was named a Unesco World Heritage site.

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In response, the expansion of the "consumer society" which had been developing steadily since the turn of the 19th century due to assembly line mass production techniques [3], was stepped up, partly as a response to the Cold War challenge of Stalinism and Communist theory. The consumer society served to create an ideology of consumer capitalism based on the notion of the citizen as consumer and spectator, rather than participant, of events. This was even true in the Soviet Bloc, as post Stalinist leaders were able to hold out promises of consumer goods to ensure the smooth running of the state apparatus. [4] Of course, none of the capitalist oligarchs and communist apparatchiks wanted to have anything to do with the "People's Will." In the Soviet sphere, the carrot and stick approach was dependent upon a rather big stick, the gulag. In the West, as the above quote from Raoul Vaneigem points out, a cunning system of free elections, consumer choice and growth of an entertainment culture served to keep the energies of the population in check, while actual freedoms were tightly governed by State control. 1968 saw the crisis point of this system in both East and West. In Czechoslovakia, reformers within the Czech Communist Party were instituting a series of mild reforms, while, far more importantly, allowing an explosion of free speech all over the country. It was this latter development that alarmed the Russians, and influenced their decision to send in troops. The crushing of the Prague Spring showed how terrified the system was of freedom of thought, and discredited, for once and for all, the Soviet system. [5] In the West in that same year, French students and workers revolted against de Gaulle's government and the whole post war French state system. In the United States, opposition to and criticism of US involvement in Indochina was dramatically increasing, encompassing, as in France, a wholesale rejection of the American state and what it now stood for. In the West, although a police response was used to counter these expressions of protest, allegiance to the system was ensured by still greater abundance of pleasures to consume. [6] But it is more than simply "bread and circuses" that maintains the Western system of consumer capitalism. Rather, it is the mentality of consumption and spectatorship which dominates our thought and decides our priorities. As early as the 1920's, jailed Italian Communist Antonio Gramsci was articulating the idea of what he called "egemonia" (in Italian "the presence of power," usually translated as "hegemony"). Hegemony is not simply the "superstructure" as more conservative Marxist critics would maintain, but the most everyday factors of life as these are lived within the frames that we think of if we think of them at all as having freely chosen. This "everyday consciousness" is produced and shared by all members of the polity, but is dominated by the dominant class. There is political society, which is the realm of the State, and civil society, the realm of the people and Gramsci sees these in a conceptual opposition, although they are one and the same. Gramsci is careful to avoid reductionism, however. For example, a state run broadcasting system is clearly at one level part of political society. But this does not mean that everything which takes place within the system, or everything that is broadcast, will be subservient to the State or reflect ruling class interests. [7] Civil society is the site of consent and hegemony; political or state society is the site of coercion and control, yet of course they make up the single entity we live in and consider "society." Gramsci's analysis of hegemony, or the permeation of popular thought by the ruling class, is a useful tool for cultural historians and in cultural studies, as it can be used to analyse culture as a set of material forms and practices, and the institutions in which cultural forms are produced and by which they are rendered significant. For practical purposes, Gramsci had no innovative solution to the problem of the domination of hegemony by the ruling class. He hoped that it might be counteracted by a systematic but gradual re education of the People by an organised Communist intelligentsia based on the experience of the workplace. [8] Following the Second World War, and the defeat of fascism by the combined strengths of "democracy" and "communism," the forces that shaped the popular consciousness were influenced by technological development, deliberate expansion of the consumer society and the even further decline of traditional society and traditional social bonds. In the Soviet bloc, no secret was made of the fact that the State was the source and regulator of this. In the West, however, the democratic idea meant that choice and participation were still expected to be the deciding factor in what kind of society people lived in. There were critics who distrusted the democratic idea, seeing it as essentially self serving the oligarchies and the "military industrial complex." To old style Leninists it was all perfectly clear: the repository of all good lay in Moscow, the precedent of the Bolshevik revolution was a serviceable global precedent, and it was up to them, the slogan wielding vanguard of the working class (even if they were not personally working class) to lead the class struggle. Other socialists preferred a Gramscian approach to revolution, of permeation through education, where they vied with liberals who followed the ideas of Matthew Arnold to attempt to create a culturally aware, individually responsible morally "good" intellectual and political culture. Other leftist intellectuals attempted to look more deeply into why the society of capitalist consumer production appeared to be working, not to mention thriving. To Althusser, the institutions which direct our information, culture and education are "ideological state apparatuses" and we are controlled by them, and that is a large part of how we function as a society. But schools, universities, newspapers, broadcast media, churches, political parties, "think tanks" and so on are more than State apparatuses, though they may be that too they are agencies of power which organise our thinking. Michel Foucault maintained that modern society is marked by the unending struggle, or Will, towards power conflicting discourses piled upon discourses. Foucault suggested notions of sabotage, resistance and counter discourse to wrest power from the dominant. But he rejected the economic bais: the needs of the system of industrial capitalism, and thus forgot, or ignored, that the discourses of power and the truths they claim, do emerge from social, economic and technological realities. The struggle for power is not (deterministic) necessarily for its own sake but because these particular realities present crucial threats or opportunities to the contestants. the Rich, Men etc.) was bigger and stronger and therefore would dominate. Cultural and intellectual domination also perturbed the Frankfurt school. These philosophers and cultural critics on the Left disagreed with Leninism and its methods, but at the same time, warned against the industry of cultural production, identifying "mass" culture as manipulated and degenerate and serving only the status quo. To them, cultural production under capitalism worked the way religion had in Marx's day, as "opiate of the masses" to lull them into passivity and consumerism of shoddy, hollow junk goods. [9] Henri Lefebvre and "Everyday Life" In France, Henri Lefebvre was less concerned with the shoddiness of the goods and more concerned with the fact of alienation, one of the linchpins of Marxist thought but one which had gone virtually unremarked in orthodox Marxism. Lefebvre saw that alienation operated at all levels and in both capitalism and Soviet societies, where it was declared to no longer exist. To Lefebvre, everything in contemporary industrial consumer culture worked to turn the worker's attention from the realities of everyday life and exploit the alienation that capitalism relied on to operate. That is, alienation was more than simply the by product of industrial capitalism but a cornerstone of it. The division of life into the realm of labour and the realm of leisure served to divide the human "from himself, from nature, from his consciousness, dragged down and dehumanised by his own social products." (p. 180) the realm of labour is one that Marxist had hitherto spent a lot of time discussing, and the workplace was considered the starting point of revolution. But Lefebvre argued for the consideration of leisure as at least as important. We think of "leisure" as something we have earned after putting in time at the factory or office. But leisure exists in a dialectic with work; it is not free, it is not hours but is as dictated by the rhythms and needs of capitalism as much as is the timeclock and the paystub. Furthermore, leisure as it exists substitutes for an "immediate sensory life" and is instead more often than not passive activity, which itself alienates or anaethsetises man from his "everyday life." Lefebvre exempts the all too rare occurrence "cultivated or cultural leisure" by which he means productive leisure such as hobby photography or painting, and is critical instead of the leisure we obtain through "leisure machines" (p. 33) which we buy with our wage packets purely to serve the purpose of occupying our time, our "leisure" time, as passively as possible while we are excused from labour. We have even created "leisure activities" which mimic work, like camping and sailing, as a response to the charge of passivity, though these too are essentially escapist and fantasial. as a spectator.(p. 41) But the main form of leisure in the post war era was of course the "couch potato" forms of radio and, even more so, television, of which more later. To Lefebvre, everyday life and the commodities, roles and discourses which inhabit (and inhibit) it, are the true realm of political debate. It is the very realm over which we ought to have the most control, yet we experience "everyday life" as dull and mundane, a source of worry and insecurity that is largely constructed by the promises of fulfilment to which we rush, in dazzled blindness, in the world of commodity pleasures. Men Nike Free Run 4.0 V3 Anthracite Black White Green Usha will scorch the city roads for first time when she will run with a torch on Sunday evening. Usha will start the run at 5.45pm from Mahatma Gandhi Nagargruh and pass through several areas before finishing at Trident Circle near Vadi Wadi fire station. Often dubbed as the queen of Indian tracks, Usha will be joined in the run by several sportspersons and members of sports associations apart from eminent citizens. TOI's Youth Brigade will also join Usha in the citizens' run to spread the message of freeing the city from garbage and plastic waste. "Usha will not only participate in the run, but also meet citizens and participants at different places. It is a great honour to have such an eminent athlete with us for the run," chairperson of Vadodara Marathon Tejal Amin said. Usha is the first Indian woman to reach the finals of an Olympic event and holds the world record for most gold medals won by a female in single track meet. She won five gold medals in Asian Track and Field Meet in 1985 at Indonesia. Usha has been awarded Arjuna Award and Padma Shree for her sporting achievements. The event has been organized as a run up to Vadodara International Half Marathon that will be held in the city on December 1. "Eminent citizens, administrative officials, educationists, artists, sportspersons, NGOs and corporate honchos will participate in the citizens' run. A music band will welcome the participants at Mahatma Gandhi Nagargruh," director, Vadodara Marathon, Dilip Shah said. Participants will join the run at six different points Kothi Crossroads, Kala Ghoda, Sardar Patel Statue, Ramkrishna Mission, Express Hotel and Ambedkar Circle. They will cover a distance of 4.5 kilometre. About usAdvertise with usTerms of Use and Grievance Redressal PolicyPrivacy policyFeedbackLiving and entertainment.

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