By: Can Tran
As a person, I value my solitude or "me time." With all of the things I have seen, experience, and hope to accomplish, I value my solitude at the top of the list. I would not trade my solitude for money, gold, jewelry, a...
Social structure theory and crime
By: Rosemary Redfern
The make up of a community, and it's locality, have powerful influences on it's members.There are a number of strands which weave together to create situations where individuals learn how to survive. The cultural background of individuals is formed by the availability of education...
What is evolution?
By: Judith Bonawitz
I think evolution is funny. I'll tell you why. ( Evolution is defined as the process by which different kinds of living organisms are believed to have developed, especially by natural selection, gradual development, chemistry the given off of a gaseous product or of heat...
By: Barbara A. Black
Perhaps a better question would be "Are people without a vivid imagination ... sane?" The implication of the original question is basically that no sane person really imagines very much-and certainly not very vividly! So is the person who can create his or her own...
Does mental illness exist?
By: Liam Kloef
There is a popular concept on our cultural horizon called the medical model of mental illness; otherwise known as a malady called mental illness that derives from the medical model. Just what is the medical model and is there a separate element under the medical...
By: Scott Hayden
Controlling anger will be easy for some and exceptionally difficult for others. Too many things are fraying people's nerves these days. There's traffic, pollution, inconsiderate people, even more inconsiderate bosses/co-workers and the list goes on. Sometimes a loud release of all that bottled up frustration...
Does mental illness exist?
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
Mental illness does indeed exist. There are many who claim it does not, but then the historical and modern-day study of the brain and all the minute details of it have been for nothing. Mental illness is a deviation from what is accepted as "normal"...
Views on the theories of evolution
By: James D. Bentham
Evolution is a theory, not a fact. It's the classic evolution denier's preface to an argument against evolution's validity. Whether it's a case of equivocation bred from disingenuity or ignorance, the imaginary straw man is commonly summoned with the belief that it will stump "secularists...
Is Political Ideology used to Manipulate the Masses
By: Kevin Carneglia
What do you think of when you hear the word "socialism"? How about "communism"? You probably associate communism and socialism with violent revolutions. So I ask you, are we really as free as we think? One could argue that we've been conditioned to think communism...
Stereotyping vs. sociological hypothesis: The difference
By: Can Tran
The way that sociological studies foster stereotyping is due to the generalization of groups and people.However, I have seen that it is easy and convenient to stereotype people without taking the time and effort to get to know people on an individual basis. The...

 

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