Media plays a major part in the perceptions associated with war. Dependency Theory is especially pronounced in times of change and conflict, when an "individuals’ needs, motives, and uses of media are contingent on outside factors that may not be in the individuals’ control." This poster depicting an SS Soldier says; "Norwegians battle for Norway" obviously speaking to occupied Norwegians and attempting to convince them that they too are German soldiers at heart.
Do resource extraction and the legacy of colonialism keep poor countries poor?
Philosophy -Objectivism (Ayn Rand) -Ethics, utilitarianism English -Narratology -narrative from first person, unreliable first-person narratives -Gender Studies -the relationship between the “Little Sisters” and “Big Daddy” characters, prominent denizens in the city of Rapture -Marxist studies -Postcolonialism -analogous connections between dependency theory, the core-periphery relationship and the ruler-relationship between the ruler of Rapture and its citizens Art -Art Deco
Intel's dedication to 'Conflict free raw materials' is one example of resource dependency theory. Here we see Intel vetting and regulating their suppliers, this will in turn elevate the wonder of 'is my mine going to get shut down by warlords?'. By stabilizing their supply chain, Intel is better able to predict prices, and also is getting good publicity as a result.