By: Jimmy Nightingale
How does the US prison system fail? It is all a matter of perspective. Whether you regard prisons as a place of punishment or rehabilitation.The sheer size of the US prison population is staggering. According to the International Centre for Prison Studies 2007 World...
Karen Horney: Three basic neurotic trends
By: Anitra Marie
Karen Horney has often been called the founder of the "Neo-Freudian" movement. While Horney acknowledged the importance of Freud's theories to psychoanalytic literature, she was not afraid to criticize and point out flaws in Freud's reasoning. Her major criticisms were that Freud placed too much...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: G E Barr
WAS ROCKY BAD FOR BOXING?The Indiana Jones movies I recall starred Harrison Ford. He was good looking and swashbuckling in nature. Of course, real archaeologists are not like this. Mainly because the job doesn't really require all that fighting, running and dodging. There's no...
By: G E Barr
THE BIG CON First and foremost, the sociopath feels he or she is owed. Their grandoise sense of entitlement is molded within their own insane little heirarchy, where they are the master and all else are "stupid". They are parasitical and like to attach themselves...
Hawaii: Culture and diversity in America's 50th state
By: Thomas Wong
Hawaii: Culture and diversity in America's 50th stateHawaii's culture and diversity? Aloha Spirit?I was not around Hawaii when big white, foreign, business men from the "mainland", conspired to overthrow the monarchy or how the "missionaries" had long forgotten their original intent. I came about...
By: Bridget Webber
In this modern world, time is of the essence. Unless you live in a remote, far flung place where you need no schedule to exist, time is an inescapable means to an end. People have become used to the sight of clock faces telling them...
By: Michelle Wilkinson
When humans cry it is usually an emotional response to stimuli which they have attributed meaning to. There are a multitude of situations where they may end up in tears, as they cannot contain the emotions they are feeling. When individuals learn that a loved...
By: Suzy Charnas
Many cultures in this world have come up with very similar ideas of where dreams come from, starting with supernatural explanations involving gods and spirits and the ghosts of ancestors or dead friends or enemies using our sleeping hours to contact us, for good purposes...
Understanding social Darwinism
By: Billy B. Bob
Social Evolution: Herbert Spencer and Lewis MorganHerbert Spencer (1820-1903) was a proponent of organic analogy, which equates societies, and their progressions, to biological processes and organisms. In Spencer's eyes, societies, and the cosmos as a whole, began as homogeneity and increased into a complex and...
Views on the theories of evolution
By: Jonah Hexx
Go ahead and assume that you don't know s*&t about s%t. You may have never had an original thought in your pretty little head all your life. Maybe, you've just been regurgitating what you were taught all those tender innocent years in childhood. Perhaps...

 

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