Introduction to the theory of behaviorism
By: Pam Hilts
Psychology is a diverse subject. It attempts to explain consciousness, behavior, mental illness, perception, learning and other areas of human behavior. As a science, psychology does not easily lend itself to double blind studies that can be repeated by other professionals. Critical thinking, observation, and...
Culture
By: G E Barr
Culture came first because food and water are absolutely necessary to human existance. When I awake each morning, language is not important to me. Taking care of my basic needs is important to me and while I'm no neanderthal, I can only imagine that the...
A critique of Simmel's: The Workings of a Stranger
By: Lauren Young - 450826
"The stranger' is but one of the many concepts which contemporary sociologists have received from the fertile mind of Georg Simmel. The sociological form of the stranger' reveals Simmel's love of the paradox by emphasizing a mixture of opposites" (McLemore 86). "People always have been...
Although the Means of Communication Change Written Text is still Essential to
By: Bernadette Jasmin
On a Saturday night at the local mall one of the stores that is packed is the bookstore. Although information is easily accessible to individuals the lure and feel of books in ones hands is irresistible to clients. The visual and tactile nature of books...
Understanding dreams
By: Joseph Hay
Dreams are a vehicle for viewing the world through a different perspective. There are as many opinions on what dreams really are as there are dreamers, but there is no dreamer who believes that the reality of his dream is the same as the reality...
How to let go of someone you love
By: Odunuga
This piece of writing is a key way of solving some common dating problems. It is how to handle a non reciprocated love while dating. It is a way of helping those whose men are about checking out. For all those ladies who are trying...
When weekend drinking means alcoholism
By: Jennifer Brister
My roommate has innate obsessions with shopping and drinking. Or, rather, shopping drunk. I got home last week around 12am to find her passed out on the couch and several shopping bags on the dining table still packed up and waiting to be examined. I...
Kenneth Good and the Yanomami
By: William Dusenberry
Abuses of Anthropological Research Methodology resulting from Kenneth Good's Yanomami "study"Since the time that Ken Good began teaching at New Jersey City University (NJCU) in 1992, I have continuously objected to his having been hired - because it was clear that the sole reason for...
Is Indiana Jones bad for archaeology?
By: Linda Burleson
A question appeared in cyberspace asking whether or not fantasy is unhealthy for children. This controversy is more than a little similar. Indiana Jones was a professor who became obsessed with a particular relic - at least that is how it all began. It is...
By: Sharon Falsetto
Archaeological Lessons: Gardens and perfumery making in ancient PompeiiAncient Pompeii was a bustling and metropolitan city of its time until it was devastated and buried completely on a fateful night in August 79 A.D. by the eruption of Vesuvius. Many believed that it was...

 

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