Why verbal abuse can be just as damaging as mental abuse
By: Dolores Moore
As a very fat child, I learned to accept calls of "Fatso!", "Fattie," and many more comments like these, as a way of life. It made me cry, it made me into a clown in order to protect myself. It made me eat...
Coping with criticism
By: Dolores Moore
If the stereotypical assumptions about the British were all true, then most of us here in these islands would "grin and bear it," "take it on the chin," and "keep a stiff upper lip" when coping with criticism. As with all stereotypes, this...
Educational requirements for a career in archaeology
By: Laura Hinds
So, you have decided that you would like to become an anthropologist. There are many different facets of anthropology and before you decide on a specific field, you must get the basics of the educational requirements completed. At most universities anthropology and archeology are studied...
The archaeological evidence of the existence of Atlantis
By: Gary C. Gibson
If the eruption of There/Santorini in the Mediterrainian about 1500 B.C. (or 1625 B.C. per uncertain dating) that destroyed Minoan settlements followed maybe 50 years later by the fall of Crete's Knostic culture can be said to have been the Atlantan civilization referred...
Biography: Erik Erikson
By: Tonya Hillukka
"Hope is both the earliest and the most indispensable virtue inherent in the state of being alive. If life is to be sustained hope must remain, even where confidence is wounded, trust impaired." -Erik EriksonErik Homburger Erikson was a Danish-German-American developmental psychologist who was...
Anthropology: Introduction to the four subfields
By: Daniel J. Gansle
Anthropology is a social science dedicated to the study of the human race. Literally translated, anthropology means the study of (-ology) humanity (anthropos). Anthropology is a very broad-based, big-picture field of academia that studies everything from a culture's food gathering methods, waste disposal, social structures...
By: Sammy Stein
First impressions are very important and can affect how you deal with a situation. However, there are times when, no matter how well prepared you are, your first impressions are not what you intended.I had been asked to join a professional body of examiners...
By: G E Barr
A Rational Explanation Of Social DarwinismFrom The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, written by Charles Darwin:"Thus the weak members of civilized societies propagate their kind. No one who has attended to the breeding of domestic animals will doubt that this must...
Chain reaction of increasing class polarization: The future of America's free market economy
By: Gene Denardo
Increasing class polarization has only one primary cause: the lack of a free market. It is not America's free market economy that causes class polarization, on the contrary, it is the absence of a true free market. It is only within the workings of a...
How often do you find yourself happy?
By: Laurie Miles
I am happy every single day. It is a personal choice I make to get out of bed, put a smile on my face and greet the world. We all have the same option, but many choose a different path.It is too easy to...

 

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