By: John Hobbs
The study of criminal behaviour relies on the general notion that, there are certain acts consistent across the majority of societies that can be classed as criminal. Furthermore, these actions must be closely related to delinquent behaviour and even to the extent of being immoral...
How often do you find yourself happy?
By: Vicki Brown
This is an interesting question. How often do I find myself happy? I'm always happy unless something or someone causes me to be unhappy. I know that happiness is something that should come from inside. I believe that which is why I'm always happy.But...
Comparing the main theories of personality development
By: John Hobbs
To compare different ideals of personality development' there will be a number of crucial factors which need to be analysed. This will include contrast of thought as well as likeness in ideas; ultimately the strengths and weaknesses of both types of theory will be critically...
By: Stephen Popple
Environmental archeology includes all geological and biological studies undertaken to investigate the environments in which past human societies lived and to trace ecological changes through the period of human history. As archeology is the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites...
Cryptozoology is a Valid Science
By: Joshua Horn - 257112
Cryptozoology is simply the search for either living examples of animals identified as extinct or new species of creatures lacking empirical scientific evidence. Because of the speculative nature of the field, the lack of initial evidence supporting the organisms, and the bias towards confirmation instead...
The hypocrisy of racism
By: Pranaputra Partaningrat
Racism in word, actions, opinions, social attitude and behaviour.Recently I received in my in-box a forwarded article which ended in a diatribe against racism. It fired me up to write to my daughter about it. Then I considered I needed to write to friends...
By: Patricia Rockwell
Harvard psychologist Irving Janis coined the term "group-think" in 1972. In his research, Janis examined the public records of various deliberative groups that were both successful and unsuccessful. He determined that the unsuccessful groups typically exhibited an array of features which he labeled "group think...
By: Krystle Hernandez
Have you ever wondered how human beings came to be? Most of us have been in science classes that contain charts, graphs, or diagrams depicting the evolution of man from primate (a small, chimp-like creature) to the homo sapiens we know each other as today...
By: Krystle Hernandez
Studies have shown that female primates, with proper stimulation, are capable of physical responses that human beings interpret as orgasm. Although there has been no conclusive evidence to indicate what relationship their capacity for orgasm has to their sexual relations in the wild, some theorists...
By: Krystle Hernandez
The average age at marriage seems to vary between the sexes and among cultures. But, why is this? Worldwide, men usually marry at age eighteen or older while women usually marry at age seventeen or younger. Sexual anthropologist Susan Fraser asserts that 74% of men...

 

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