By: Julian Salisbury
The research methods used in Sociology are little different to those used in other social and political sciences. Common modes of enquiry include the use of social surveys: experiments, interviews and observation. Descriptions of their various strengths and weaknesses can be found in any introductory...
By: Katrina Murphy
Zecharia Sitchin, archaeologist and Sumerian scholar, proposes a theory on the origins of man that easily instigates controversy within religious and scientific fields of study. A look into a lifetime's work and study by Sitchin takes you on a fascinating journey through thought provoking evidence...
By: Jarn
"A Review of a Scientific Study of Serial Killers"Article SummaryThe study reviewed was "From Animal Cruelty to Serial Murder: Applying the Graduation Hypothesis", which was written by Jeremy Wright and Christopher Hensley. The purpose of their work was to perform an exploratory study illustrating the...
By: Jarn
"Social Reaction (Labeling) Theory: Pros, Cons, and Effects On Society"Social Reaction (Labeling) TheoryBy: John Albers The Social Reaction, or Labeling Theory as it is sometimes known, has developed over time from as early as 1938 (Wellford, 1975). Currently the Social Reaction Theory proposes that when...
By: Mike Romeling
We really can't say much about the building of the pyramids. That's mostly because the Egyptians - if indeed they built them - had almost nothing to say about it themselves. That may be the oddest thing indeed among a host of odd things we...
By: Pamela Kay
Though there are many common themes in new age and biblical archaeology, their methods often differ. While traditional biblical archaeologists have been digging in the dirt, new age archaeologists have been digging through books, exploring new ideas and conducting experiments in labs. They have also...
By: Theresa O'Riordan
Exoarchaeology is a little-known discipline: It can be defined as the archaeology of outer space. Lacking opportunities to conduct digs for artifacts on other planets, those interested in this field have had to rely mostly on the observations of astronomers and the thoughts of conspiracy...
By: Pam Uher
Strange and amazing archaeological digs have given rise to mythical modern adventurers like Indiana Jones, Laura Croft and Benjamin Gates. These characters have captured the imagination of several generations and evoked a renewed interest in archeology and ancient history. This has been a great money...
By: Julian Salisbury
We have too much crime, a burgeoning prison population and a level of disorder on our streets that is completely unacceptable. Criminality is damaging to society in a material sense, as well as in a social sense. Our property may be stolen or damaged and...
By: Fiona Mather
The terms - cut to the quick, cut someone down to size, tore them off a strip, all show that words are very powerful tools and can be used to humiliate and hurt. Words that hurt may be remembered forever. A child can learn to...

 

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