Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez
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Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez shared Brandon Meyer's discussion on Facebook
Feb 19, 2013
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez commented on Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez's blog post On imagining
"I see what you mean now. And I have to admit it would be extraordinary if it came to be true someday."
Feb 19, 2013
John McCreery commented on Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez's blog post On imagining
"By definition, shared purpose involves shared values and goals. These can lead to arrangements that entail shared economic or political interests as well.  Peace"
Feb 14, 2013
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez commented on Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez's blog post On imagining
"Thank You for your repply and interest in conversing with me.  Sincerely I prefer not to choose between the two of them but just question the importance of them (in concerns about cosmovision) but if it where neccesary for me to choose I would…"
Feb 13, 2013
John McCreery commented on Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez's blog post On imagining
"Consider two possibilities, identity grounded in origins and identity grounded in a shared purpose. Both lead to formation of imagined communities. But the former is romantic, appeals to kinship, and asserts an identity rooted in soil and…"
May 24, 2012
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May 22, 2012
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez posted a blog post

On imagining

With the popular idea that the world we are living in is more open and presents less boundaries. How do we discuss cultural, social or national  identities?Is the need of a national definition not necessary anymore or does imagining substitutes the need for a social group to determine themselves from a nation or a society in particular?See More
May 22, 2012
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez commented on ryan anderson's blog post Anthropology, Politics, and #OWS (in light of recent events at UC Davis)
"Ryan Anderson: For me "The Academia" is not the space I personally would praise or defend because being a student of an academic discipline such as Social anthropology has its down sides and has made me think outside of the academic…"
Nov 28, 2011
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez commented on ryan anderson's blog post Anthropology, Politics, and #OWS (in light of recent events at UC Davis)
"For me the question would be, is the Academia the place where we would go to establish social action towards the problems we are facing in the societies? and on the other hand, Are anthropologist responsable of making the universities and what we…"
Nov 23, 2011
Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez replied to monica sharma bajpai's discussion morals of present day societies. in the group Anthropology of Ethics
"Then the question would be why? What is the common denominator of reasons that leads us to trespass the ethical rules or ways of living that the societies have drawn for us to live by?. Is it possible that we live in a world that has so many rules…"
Nov 20, 2011
Keith Hart left a comment for Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez
"Welcome to the OAC, Nicole!"
Apr 24, 2011
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Apr 24, 2011

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At 8:57am on April 24, 2011, Keith Hart said…
Welcome to the OAC, Nicole!

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On imagining

With the popular idea that the world we are living in is more open and presents less boundaries. How do we discuss cultural, social or national  identities?

Is the need of a national definition not necessary anymore or does imagining substitutes the need for a social group to determine themselves from a nation or a society in particular?

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