The most influential psychologists in history
By: Sabrina Ginesi
Carl Rogers was born January 8th 1902 in Oakpark, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. He was one of the first humanistic theorists in Psychoanalysis, and after graduating with a Ph.D in clinical psychology from Columbia University in 1931, he became a professor at Ohio...
The cost of crime explained
By: Garrett Anderson
It has been estimated by some that crime in the United States costs in excess of one and a half trillion dollars a year. That figure is probably low. It is doubtful that all crime is reported or that all real costs are considered. There...
General abilities of Homo erectus
By: Linda Falk
Homo erectus is believed to have developed from the species Homo ergaster approximately 1,8 million years ago. H. erectus has been pointed out as the first hominid to leave the African continent and start the spread around the world. In many ways the Homo...
The US prison system: How it fails
By: Vincent Brice
The prison system fails in so many ways. Me being an ex-con and having done over twelve years collectively in the system I have much to say about it.First and foremost the inhuman treatment of prisoners by prison officials is something that is in...
By: Pauline Abreu
A criminologist is required to have many skills in order to perform tasks within the chosen field. They work in state and federal law enforcement agencies. They need to have psychological, sociological and criminal justice expertise to enable them to work as part of a...
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
There is a difference between the term how and the term why. The term how implies reporting the facts and numbers. How is reporting the details and events as they unfold. Why describes the underlying causes and reasons behind the actions. Both are important if...
By: Janet Grischy
Corporate crime is a crime that a corporation perpetrates, like cheating its employees or the people who purchase its products. At its worst, corporate crime can cause deadly harm to its victims. At its most insidious it can stealthily damage a customer’s health, neighborhood...
Change and how people deal with it
By: D. P. Noe
How employee react to change is variable. There are employee that will welcome change with open arms and the promised benefits of change. Then there are employees who are resistant to any type of change and want things to remain the way they have always...
The US prison system: How it fails
By: Garrett Anderson
Does the prison system fail? How does a prison actually fail?For years, I have been looking for a prison system that is successful. I have been seeking a country that has found a way to deter crime, to rehabilitate offenders, and does all of...
By: Pauline Abreu
There is a long list of reasons as to how the US prison system fails. Firstly, the prisons are so overcrowded, there are inmates literally nose to nose with each other. Having prisons as full as they do can only lead to violence as the...

 

1 226 227 228 229 230 486