It has been almost twenty years since I lost my pet cockatiels, and this is the first time I'm writing about it after so long. This was always a difficult subject for me to put in words because, like any animal companion, they were part of the family and I never truly stopped feeling guilty about what happened to them.
Funny story: I originally wasn't even going to write about this until it crossed my mind just the other day. I don't know why, but I randomly wondered about what happened to Kidz Bop since, like, 2007, which is the last time I can recall ever seeing a commercial about the songs they covered.
In what might be considered the direct opposition to Émile Durkheim’s exclusive sociology, interdisciplinarist Maximilian Weber sought out parallels between the social sciences and other fields of study to engender explanations and interpretations that form the cultural significance of social phenomena. (Kivisto 68) His eponymous text characterizes such an endeavour by a reshaping of objectivity in scientific evaluation, (Kivisto 68) and while this work has been principally lauded in academic circles, we nevertheless shoulder the responsibility of weighing the obstacles his theory faces in a postmodern context with his germane observations so that we may facilitate a deeper exploration of the multidimensional society.
Note: Major spoilers ahead. I will watch The Lion Guard at some point, which may or may not change my views on the character. I have no plans to watch the movie reboot, however.