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Uploaded on Nov 10, 2009

A presentation on Anthony Giddens for a second year sociology seminar. It gives a very brief outline of his theory of structuration, (contrasted with Talcott Parsons' theory of structure) The role of the actor within the theory, and a little bit on Giddens' political influence.

Made on iMovie, with Photoshop Elements and Garageband. The narration was recorded on my computer's horrible little mic and the film was shot on a Canon HG10. Many thanks to Saskia ('Such a') C. for playing cards and talking, and to Tom R. (Trob) for letting me confuse his housemates by sitting on his balcony with a camera and to Co-Mutiny for letting me film inside Clifton Cathedral during their stint there. All video apart from Tony Blair chatting and Giddens' face copyright of Guy Sanders.

Music: 'Lyckantropen Theme' by The Third Eye Foundation (Ulver 1993-2003: 1st Decade In the Machines), 'Rather Lovely Thing' by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis (The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford (Music from the Motion Picture)), 'Recurring' by Bonobo (Days to Come), and 'Empty House' by Air (Virgin Suicides (Original Motion Picture Score)) .

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