What's your greatest fear?
By: Nicholas Kuvaas
Fear is something that every animal faces. Without this reaction to a situation, it's unlikely the human race would have made it this far. Generally, fear is a protective emotion, but it can be an overwhelming feeling that can become problematic. However, our reaction is...
By: Allen Teal
A criminal is born when a person makes the choice to step across the boundary that separates the legal from the illegal. What caused this to happen is the result of the direct and indirect moral training that was received. Once in a while, a...
Crime as a family occupation
By: Tara Rijon
Society has been infested with an incurable disease that has plagued us since the dawn of man. It has infected the young and caused irreparable damage to young and old alike. When the affliction hits more than one family member it gains more media attention...
How values are linked to crime
By: Ann E. Smith
Values are codes that reflect people's core beliefs. Oftentimes, values are defined by a person's religion. They are also taught by parents to their kids. Values tend to be the things that keep us out of trouble. We know that violating our personal values, or...
By: Michael Totten
Corporate crime refers to criminal acts committed by a corporation or by an individual acting on behalf of that corporation. It is often confused with white-collar crime for two reasons. Those people who are part of the decision-making strata of corporations are high income earners...
How to help a depressed teenager
By: Maya Vokes-Didier
Teenage tantrums and those terrible teens! Teen years can be tough, demanding and difficult. It is understandable because of the stress associated with the process of maturing and the influence of sex hormones that are let loose into a teenager's body. Both can be extremely...
Human psychology, instance of suggestibility
By: Dr. Deborah Bauers
Ever wonder why you suddenly have the urge for chocolate in the middle of a TV program or jump up to go get popcorn just ahead of the theatre's main feature? It's probably because you have been subliminally impacted by a mere suggestion; a blip...
Why do boys refuse to cry in front of girls?
By: Morgan Carlson
It has long been ingrained in male minds that the very art of crying and showing tears is "unbecoming of a man". To actually show tears or using a loud vocalization of pain is tantamount to feminism. The thought of ever being placed into a...
Why some drivers apply bumper stickers to their cars
By: Bridget Webber
There are various reasons why drivers may apply bumper stickers to their cars. The most obvious one perhaps, is that they have something to express which they want others to know about. A less obvious reason may be that they are seeking to make their...
The Origin of Culture and Language
By: Dylan Gilman
It's the old 'which came first, the chicken or the egg' question, isn't it? Absolutely not. Culture is the origin of language, but language does not create culture. Language is used to express and assist in understanding the phenomenon but communication takes knowing and intended...

 

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