6 Burst results for "Michael Kimmel"

"michael kimmel" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Though the lead to mass shootings Well what we see when a perpetrator feels emasculated are wrong. Because of the loss of power is what can be known as aggrieved entitlement which means these perpetrators feel wronged by the world and transform that eager into revenge and believe that quote. They can regain this through. Mass violence against the enemy are those whom they feel. Have wrongs them. According to a study completed by rachel. Cash and michael kimmel and this specific study came from suicide by mass shooting as they went through this whole narrative but this is what they were trying to bring out like. This may be a reason and we need to look about this entitlement as well as masculinity right and yeah again. This is the result of feeling of superiority and trying to regain power of control and in a study titled masculinity threat misogyny and the celebration of violence white by maria capterra. She talks about a level of white entitlement factors into perpetrators of mass shootings in states since white entitlement often protects white men from systemic disenfranchisement. These individuals are often unable to emotionally process everyday setbacks. Bullying being passed over for a job excetera when their privileges no longer guarantees them status or success. They are unable to cope. More likely to externalize blame for their outcomes rise. There's a lot of conversation of why they may do this. And of course there are studies upon studies upon studies about what this looks like in relation to gun control in relation to a domestic violence. That are all very separate. That could come together. And it's slowly coming together As we talked about it again that one report from a collision komo came from two thousand ten and this current one from capterra was in two twenty nineteen and they continue studies and we know that bloomberg did giant studying twenty twenty when it comes to mass shootings domestic violence and we have another new one that came from a demolished from every town that came out in twenty twenty as well. So there's a lot of conversation about how to link these at what is again. We talked about earlier about gun control and gun violence in whether the cdc would be able to intervene and they have felt slow slowly started researching what is happening even with being contested by other lobbyists..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"It's very sort of sexy and romantic. Scott term. rose narrowly some interesting synthetics. Because that's one of the things that was very interesting to me. Coming from the roma therapy background is to realize just how enormously important synthetics in modern femara and it's got some really lovely deeper notes like sandalwood which is a favorite of mine and a letter which is a good example of a synthetic because oversee. You know trying to get from leather. Wouldn't be much fun. You talk about sent being being very layered and your book sent also is very lead. It's very nuanced and well. It's it's really. It's really a sort of coming of age story. I wondered if you could expand on that. And just just tell us a little bit more about the novel the first person narrator centers the forty six year old michael kimmel teen whose having to face up to the almost inevitable end of her marriage long marriage to at well. He's a very successful businessman. And the trip for this Not uncommon is the lost child leaving home. And so she's in a state of you know kind of big turbulence already. And that's when her ex girlfriend from many many years before down in the south of france where she comes from just pops back in her life completely unexpectedly so i wanted to kind of really tap into with this novel was the this time of immense. You know turbulence and change that women do go through in the middle decades of our lives which despite the kind of Fat the biggest buyers meters of fiction all women over forty eight doesn't get to represented in fiction as often as i think should not and also was on a bit of a personal mission to kind of counter some of the stereotypes about you know quotation marks older the women many of which i simply don't recognize that was way more to it. I mean shakespeare competitive old age to a second childhood..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Juror and one side is doing a great job and the other side's doing a terrible job. On the issue at hand as an impartial germ. I'm going to vote for the side that did the good. Joe Cassidy was notable among the six Republicans who joined Democrats in voting to move forward. He was the only Republican to switch sides after voting last month to block the trial on constitutional grounds. Democrats need 17 Republicans to convict Trump. Royal Snyder, NPR News and NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital. Riot cases pending so far has turned up current and former military extremists and hardcore Trump supporters. NPR's Dina Temple Raston reports that nearly all of them have one thing in common. While the group is large is the one that stormed the capital defies generalization. An NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina Temple Raston. NPR news. The Biden administration will soon begin direct allocations of covert 19 vaccines to federally funded community health centers. Story from NPR's Ping Guan. Covert 19 Vaccines are not given out of hospitals, mass vaccination sites pharmacies next week, the government is launching a program to get vaccines to community health centers. Marcella Nunez Smith TERROR. Biden's Cove in 19 Equity Task Force says the new effort will help bring vaccines to populations that are hard to reach. So this includes people who are experiencing homelessness. Agricultural and migrant workers, residents of public housing and those with limited English proficiency. The initial phase will push vaccines out to 250 community health centers that sort of large populations of racial and ethnic minorities. Community health centers around the country. Serve around 30. Million people. Ping Wang NPR news And pre market trading. U. S futures are higher. This is NPR news. You and experts say that North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. Through financing obtained through cyber attacks. In a report to the Security Council, the panel says the North is flaunting U. N sanctions and using cyberattacks to help finance its arsenal and seek technology from overseas. The panel suspects that hackers backed by North Korea have stolen more than $300 million in virtual assets over the past two years. And more has experienced its worst violence since the military seized power last week. Police clashed with protesters in several cities on Tuesday as Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand. At least four people were injured in the capital Nippy dog, including one woman in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. The other three are being treated for wounds from rubber bullets. Police used to disperse the crowd. Water. Cannon was also used against protesters in nip it off and in Myanmar's second largest city, Mandalay, with dozens arrested. Military run television said Several police officers were also injured. The protesters are demanding a return to democratic rule and the release of the democratically elected governments leader Aung Sung Souci. Police on Tuesday also raided the Yangon headquarters of her National League for Democracy shortly after dark. For NPR News. I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai on stock markets in the Asia shares are mostly higher lower in Tokyo. In pre market trading. U. S futures are higher after.

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news. I'm Jack Spear, Lead House Impeachment manager, Democrat Jamie Raskin grew emotional as he concluded the first round of arguments and former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. He reflected on the damage done when a mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. Have sort of a heart attack. Officer lost three fingers that day. Two officers have taken their own lives. Senators. This cannot Be our future. Trump's defense lawyer, Bruce Castor, meanwhile, condemned the loss of life that day, but defended the rights of free political speech. I don't believe that the former president expects anybody. Walked back any of the language. If that's how they feel about the way things transpired over the last couple of years in this country, they should be allowed to say that and I will go to court and defend them if anything happens to them. As a result, the Senate voted the trial is constitutional testimony will continue this week. At NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital Ride cases the Justice Department has brought thus far has turned up current and former military officers, extremists and hard core Trump supporters. One thing they had in common. They were all men. Dina Temple Raston of NPR's investigations team has more While the group is large is the one that storm the capital defies generalization and NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina TEMPLE Reston. NPR News President Joe Biden's choice to head the Office of Management and Budget says while the U. S needs to keep a close eye on inflationary pressures, the Federal Reserve has the tools to deal with inflation and interest rates. You're a Tandon. President binds choice to be budget director asked by lawmakers about concerns proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure might touch off inflation and then saying the aid package is vital, providing help for families suffering as a result of the pandemic. U. S employers reined in their hiring in December, especially industries hard hit by the Corona virus pandemic like restaurants and hotels. Labor Department reporting today its monthly job openings and labor turnover survey otherwise known his jolts. Showed the number of jobs rose, but just slightly mixed close on Wall Street. The Dow was down nine points. The NASDAQ closed up 20 points today. You're listening to NPR. And on a Tuesday, February 9th is his KCRW. I'm Larry Perella. Very good afternoon to you. Here's the tapping at 704 Has Donald Trump Second impeachment trial moves ahead in the U. S. Senate, A large majority of Californians would like to see the former president, convicted and barred from ever holding public office again. But a new poll shows the California Republicans are largely sticking with Trump despite the deadly right at the U. S. Capitol more now from KCRW's Gerald Saxman, fewer than 20% of California Republicans say the former president is to blame for the insurrection at the Capitol. And this new poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies says two thirds of state Republicans would support Trump if he decided to run for another term. But California, where Democrats far outnumber Republicans is generally sour on Trump Two thirds of state voters see Trump has a major factor in last month's violence. In Washington, D C. Voters also cited social media, political polarization and disinformation about the presidential election as factors in the insurrection. More than 90% of state. Democrats say Trump should be convicted in the Senate and disqualified from holding public office and this KCRW's Gerald SATs been reporting. If you want students back in class, stay home this holiday weekend. That's what public health officials are saying that the upcoming Lunar New Year Valentine's Day in President's Day celebrations could set the county back in the fight against covert 19. County public health director Barbara Ferrer said today We are just weeks away from reducing transmission to a level where elementary schools will be able to offer in class instruction comes as Ellie's winter viral surge claims the lives of another 227 Angelenos today and his case numbers and hospitalizations have dipped below 4000. Parents and coaches are ramping up pressure on California leaders to loosen restrictions on youth sports, Citing concerns over physical and mental health. Some parents also worry they're teenagers could be losing out on scholarship opportunities. Team sports have been suspended since the onset of the pandemic and at least one unsanctioned basketball tournament near Sacramento late last year led to more than 90 confirmed coronavirus cases. Governor Newsome says it's something his office has been reevaluating. We've been negotiating the details of that. Real progress is being made. But the governor says youth sports is part of a larger conversation on reopening schools. He plans to release a deal with state lawmakers on schools later this week. Former California Democratic governor Gray Davis, who was recalled in 2003 and replaced by Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says Don't compare what happened to him with the current effort to oust Governor Newsome. It is totally different, too quick reasons. First of all, President Bush was not for me. President Biden is totally behind Gavin and was instrumental in getting us to Super sites Open Oakland and Cal State Elaine. I assume there's more to come He's referring to the mass covert 19 vaccination sites announced last week. Davis says the recall effort is also different in that the number of California voters identifying as Republican have dropped to just 26% today. And Capt. Radios. Politics reporter Nicole Nixon says Newsome is still popular among Democratic voters..

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"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hey, What's up? This is Michael K. Williams. Hey, this is John legend. Hey, this is Fauzia. And you're listening to Q And you listen too cute. You're listed in the queue with Tom power. When you're Andre Leon Talley. There is no such thing as overdressed. The former Vogue editor is the king of formal wear, and he'll tell you how he developed his bold, gutsy style under the bright lights of studio 54. Why you still might want to get all dolled up. Even if you're working from home, then do you have a passion that you've been putting off? Maybe there's a ukulele under your bed or a set of paints. You've been meaning to crack open damp. Eaton's is an artist who knows what that's like. He spent years holding down different jobs until recently when Something happened and he'll tell you why. It's never too late to live your dreams. All that coming up on cue. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear, Lead House Impeachment manager, Democrat Jamie Raskin grew emotional as he concluded the first round of arguments and former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial. He reflected on the damage done when a mob stormed the U. S. Capitol. Off start a heart attack. Officer lost three fingers that day. Two officers have taken their own lives. Senators. This cannot Be our future. Trump's defense lawyer, Bruce Castor, meanwhile, condemned the loss of life that day, but defended the rights of free political speech. I don't believe that the former president expects anybody. Walked back any of the language. If that's how they feel about the way things transpired over the last couple of years in this country, they should be allowed to say that and I will go to court and defend them if anything happens to them. As a result, the Senate voted the trial is constitutional testimony will continue this week. At NPR analysis of the more than 200 Capital Ride cases the Justice Department is brought thus far has turned up current and former military officers, extremists and hard core Trump supporters. One thing they had in common. They were all men. Dina Temple Raston. NPR's investigations team has more While the group is large is the one that's doing the capital defies generalization and NPR analysis of the records collected on the more than 200 people charged so far has found some common threats. For example, more than 86% of the people who were charged. Are men, almost 15% or either current or former military and about 17% haven't avowed connection to an extremist group. Michael Kimmel wrote a book about what drives angry white men to violence. They grew up believing that if they worked hard paid their taxes were good guys that they would be able to live the lives that their grandfathers lived. Kimmel says that when that doesn't happen, a kind of aggrieved entitlement takes hold and that can lead to violence. Dina TEMPLE Reston. NPR News President Joe Biden's choice to head the Office of Management and Budget says while the U. S needs to keep a close eye on inflationary pressures, the Federal Reserve has the tools to deal with inflation and interest rates. You're a Tandon. President binds choice to be budget director asked by lawmakers about concerns proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure might touch off inflation and in saying the aid package is vital, providing help for families suffering as a result of the pandemic. U. S employers reined in their hiring in December, especially industries hard hit by the Corona virus pandemic like restaurants and hotels. Labor Department reporting today its monthly job openings and labor turnover survey otherwise known his jolts. Showed the number of jobs rose, but just slightly. Mixed close on Wall Street, The Dow was down nine points. The NASDAQ closed up 20 points. Today. You're listening to NPR and this is W M I C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson Governor Andrew Cuomo says that if a person does not show up for their second dose of covert 19 vaccine You can now go to someone else. But there's a small catch. Vaccine providers must keep the dose available for the missing person for at least 42 days. If they wait much longer than that quality, said they could run the risk that that those could expire. Morgana and fighter vaccines last about six months in cold storage, But some of that time is lost by getting the supply from the assembly line to the national stockpile and then to the vaccine hub spread around the state. All that said If the missing person eventually returns, the state has pledged to find a second dose for them. Allegations of officers abusing inmates at New Jersey's women's prison culminated in criminal charges last week. But lawmakers say that is not enough. W my sees Matt Katz has more Prosecutors say officers pepper sprayed and punched inmates in the January 11th incident at Edna Mahan Correctional Facility. 31 officers and supervisors plus the prison administrator were suspended. Three were criminally charged, but violence has been a long time problem at the facility documented in a report by the Department of Justice last year. State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says she wants Governor Murphy to fire Corrections Commissioner Marcus Hicks. The Department of Corrections seems to be steeped in rape culture. And permits abusive behavior. Murphy's ordered an independent inquiry into the prison. Partly cloudy tonight Love about 21 degrees Should be sunny tomorrow, hon. You're 34 Windchills tomorrow between 10 and 20. With more snow possible late tomorrow night, we'll see loaf about 24 degrees. 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"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"michael kimmel" Discussed on KCRW

"But the very idea of masculinity has has now proved for many men to be painful to be harmful, So I think that it's not. It's not inconsistent at all. Um, and you're also witnessing the political mobilization off white masculine grievance. Because the world has changed toward a more egalitarian world. In the subtitle of My book, Angry White Men was American Masculinity at the end of an era and the end of the era. That it was at the is at the end is an era of that just assumed white male entitlement that idea that of course, we are in charge. You can do what you want, but we're but clearly we're in charge. We have the power and that is no longer that can no longer be taken for granted. That can no longer be assumed. And I think that's a s. Oh, yes, I do think that many men are really are in trouble and the more tightly we cling to those archaic ideas of masculinity. I think the more trouble we're gonna be in So how is this kind of older generation making sense of this change in masculinity? You know, we we hear this for along the rust belt, for example of places like that. Is it one that you think men are are taking up and thinking that this is a positive change? Because I feel like there's a lot of pushback on this idea as well. There is a lot of pushback against it. Of course, I think, as I said to you before, I think young people hold the future on this, and they're much more. On there. They're much more likely to be comfortable with with gender equality than other than previous generations. So that's so that's part of why I'm I'm you know, no one has ever called me a hardened pessimist. As a result, I think, because I do have that faith in them. Yes, it is true that in in The rest belt in, you know, in in every neighborhood. There are people who cling very tightly to older ideas. And on a world for which they're not. Well, you know, they they're not. Those ideas are not well suited. And so I think that I I think that that's what we're going to witness where witness that we've been witnessing the politics of sort of, you know, white male grievance. Uh, but I think that that Politically what we also witnesses that men who are in engaged in more egalitarian relationships at work at home more emotionally, resident relationships with their friends, more emotionally connecting with their Children are happier. Now. I don't think that these answers, Jonathan and this is important. These answers Just don't come from a psychological, you know, transformation. They come. You know, If you look at the countries that are the happiest in the world, they also have a strong safety net. So that, for example, men who believe as men have always believed throughout American history that what makes a man a man is that he is a provider and a protector. Those are the two words that men have used since the beginning. The founding of our country provider and protector and as the ability to be a provider has become more and more unstable, more and more threatened. I think men have been buying guns to be better protectors. I think they see that as a way to compensate for the for their inability to be providers. I think that those ideas about being provided and being a protector are the ideas that we have carried with us for centuries on day are now and what a relief it is. When you look at countries that have strong safety net that have great greater gender equality than we do what a relief it is to be able to share that burden. It also makes me wonder Michael. What What do we do with this thing older and it might be now on outdated sense of masculinity, because, yes, Perhaps some are slow to accept this new version, but at the same time, I don't think is a country or in terms of community mental health. We want to sit by and watch people suffer at the same time or have these high rates of suicide. Or or diet yet a younger ages. I mean, what do you think needs to happen on the moor societal level? Well as exactly at him at a more societal level, we need to establish that we don't that we are that we care about people. As they age. We care about people who have who are unemployed. We care about people who who don't have adequate healthcare. Um, that this is you know, we have we have We have turned our back. On these men, and then we complain that they're that they're yelling and screaming. It seems to me that we have done it done them a terrible disservice their right to be angry because we've ignored them, and we've abandoned them. But the way to not ignore them. The way to not abandon them is not to simply fulfill their you know, is not to simply take their perspective but rather link it to the perspective of other groups that are also marginalized that also don't feel Connected that also don't feel included and make coalitions that are broad and class based rather than you know, it might might my experience with the angry white men when I interviewed white supremacists and skinheads and neo Nazis of several years ago, one of the things that I kept thinking to myself with These these men are. I'm sorry to use this metaphor now because you know, because it's so proper the post office so problema ties, But I kept thinking we're delivering their mail to the wrong address. Yes, of course. They have been downsized, outsourced. You know they their future is more uncertain, But it wasn't LGBT people who did. It wasn't feminist women who did it. Was that immigrants who did it, So it seemed to me that they were angry, but they were. They were directing their anger at the wrong at the wrong people, and they have a lot of help. Directing their anger to the wrong people, because that's mostly what hate radio does. I also noticed you've been using the word white male grievance, which I think is really important word here. Do you think there is also this type of a change happening in Latino populations in black populations across America? Specifically these questions of masculinity. I think so. I think that there are there are lots of different groups and lots of people who have studied the questions of marginalized communities and how masculine the plays out, and one of the things that is particularly important there is that is questions. For example, among Latino men or among African American man is questions about fatherhood in connection to Children. What we the stereotype is that black men, for example, have have Children with different women and that they abandon them. They're irresponsible. Not at all true. Turns out that lots of lots of these men and spend a lot of time with Children from earlier relationships. They spend a lot of time his father's. It is not nearly the kinds of stereotypes that we used to have. But this idea of that That s O. That's one route, the other route of courses through work through the workplace. We are working in in work places that are more diverse than any workplaces are grand. I mean, my grandfather would have no, we have had no frame of reference for the workplaces. That that is that my son is about to face absolutely no frame of reference. It wouldn't have. It wouldn't have crossed his mind my thought my grandfather. Both my grandfathers worked in all male work environments for 40 years they retired. They got a gold, watch a testimonial dinner and moved to a condo in Florida. And that was what they did. And they never had women colleagues, co workers, bosses, supervisors anything of the kind They had very little diversity in their workplace. That world is gone. And if we're going to think that we can prepare young men for that world. We are still preparing them for the world that they're actually going to inhabit, and that's a source of real strain psychologically when they then enter that world and their ill prepared for it. Well, Michael Kimmel. Thank you so much for this conversation today..

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