Through her analysis of these two forms of male violence against women, Crenshaw says that the experiences of women of color consist of a combination or intersection of both racism and sexism. Structural intersectionality deals with how women of color experience domestic violence and rape in a manner qualitatively different from the ways that white women experience them.
There are close to 20 Mongolian podcasts covering various topics today, and this number is growing. With more content providers, Mongolian podcast listeners are increasing and the popular podcasts such as Unlock and Cool Mongol get over 20, per episode.
So why are Mongolians listening and creating podcasts? And who are they? Podcasts are convenient and easy to listen to if you have a smartphone. On-demand technology allows for the users to listen to podcasts while they are commuting, exercising, cooking, cleaning or doing other menial tasks.
The number of traditional media organizations is declining with the surge of online media.
Podcasting is becoming popular globally with the rise of mobile technology and internet accessibility.
There arepodcasts as of June worldwidewhich is an increase ofin less than two years. With growing access to technology and internet, more Mongolians are consuming mobile app-based goods and services. Although there is no statistical information on podcast audience in Mongolia, some trends are easy to spot.
A small survey conducted this year among the subscribers of one Mongolian podcast showed that most of podcast listeners are highly educated youth who also subscribe to English-language podcasts such as Hidden Brain, Stuff You Should Know, TED Radio Hour and Freakonomics.
Average Mongolians tend to be wary of traditional media and the strings attached to its funders.
However, podcasts eliminate this barrier and bring grassroots media to the people. It is evidenced by some of the Mongolian podcasts, which are produced by non-profit organizations. Compared to traditional media, podcasts are relatively affordable to make and distribute. Thanks to low production and distribution costs, more and more individuals are developing contents on their own and spreading it for free.
Many of the Mongolian podcasters are young professionals who want to distribute their expertise, knowledge and commentary through curated content to the general public. It is fair to say that the Mongolian podcast scene will continue to grow.
Mongolians are increasingly sharing and promoting their favourite podcast shows and episodes on social media. Mongolian podcasts are in the nascent stage of development, mainly being produced by people who invest their time and resources voluntarily.
Little to no sponsorship opportunities exist for Mongolian podcasters, and this could discourage production continuity and quality improvements. However, with an increasing number of podcast listeners every day, sponsorship or other monetizing opportunities could emerge, which, in return, could allow better quality and competition among podcasters.
Below are the samples of Mongolian podcasts with varying format and content: Host Saintulga engages in easy-going, free-format, engaging dialogue with Mongolians who proved their expertise and talent in various sectors: It is the only Mongolian podcast that specializes in breaking down and summarizing best-selling nonfiction books.
Hosts are Tegshbayar, Delgertsetseg and Batnairamdal, who are young professionals who has experience working abroad. Releasing a new episode roughly every two week since JuneUnlock has so far introduced its listeners to 43 nonfiction titles, including among others those authored by Yuval Noah Harari, the late Hans Rosling, Hillary Clinton, and Malcolm Gladwell.
It was started in June by urban planning aficionados, Aldarsaikhan and Enkhjin. Hosts tackle numerous urbanization issues that Ulaanbaatar is facing one at a time, offering expert analysis and up-to-date information in easy-to-follow narrative. The podcast is not only targeting urban enthusiasts, but everyone who lives in urban setting.
Releasing new episodes on a monthly basis since Septemberhosts interview people from all walks of life who have contributed to a sustainable future of Mongolia.
Bayasgalan, Tegshzaya, Byambanyam, who run a highly respected independent literary publishing company called Tagtaa Publishing, have been hosting the podcast since Authors, translators and bibliophiles are invited to discuss works of both Mongolian and world literature. Dedicated to health professionals as well as anyone who is interested, medical scientist and PhD Amarjargal has been providing scientific medical information about all kinds of health issues through her podcast since November In episodes lasting no longer than 15 minutes, Dr.This guide concerns the systematic analysis of social inequalities.
While stressing what causes social inequalities, it considers such topics as: what is a social inequality, how do social inequalities arise, why do they take different forms, why do they vary in degree across societies, what sustains social inequalities over time, how do various institutions and practices contribute to.
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By Julian Dierkes. I have recently written about widespread political frustration in and speculated on the kind of events/issues that might trigger mass protests.. Now, let me consider what would happen in the event of such protests.
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