Introduction to maritime archaeology
By: Frances Stanford
Man has always had a relationship with the sea and the lakes and rivers in his environment. Ever since prehistoric times, people have always found a way to develop ways of travelling on the waterways and harvesting the marine life under the ocean to supply...
How to search for the genius inside you
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
There is a genius inside everyone, in some opinions. Sometimes we must search for the genius, and in other cases it is discovered quite easily and naturally. For instance, family members of the mentally impaired are usually surprised and delighted when it is revealed that...
By: Cody Hodge
How is religion related to social life? Believe it or not, religion and social law are closely intertwined. If we didn't have religion, we would still have the same laws in place today. Whether we formulated our laws due to religion, or if religion was...
By: Erik Setser
From the back alley repositories of society's degenerates to the million dollar penthouses, stress is an inescapable part of life regardless of class, caste or social status. Modern living puts a great deal of tension on the poorest and richest among us, all the same...
Introduction to experimental archaeology
By: David Colello
Experimental and archaeology at first seem like a contradiction in terms, but upon closer inspection seems a logical combination. Traditional archaeology involves either blind luck or educated guesses followed by long periods of painstaking excavation. Experimental archaeology takes a much more hands on approach to...
Overview: The sociological perspective
By: Tiffany Aliano
Abstract: The following article will supply a brief description of what sociology is as well as three investigative levels of analytical process. This post will also address what the term sociological perspective and in addition, will present the three major theoretical perspectives as well as...
By: Jerry Curtis
A criminal, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is anyone one "who has committed a criminal offense (a crime). A crime (again according to Black's) is "a positive or negative act in violation of (the) law." A "law" in the general sense is "a body...
Why do people procrastinate?
By: Sagar Shah
Procrastination: The Terrible Trait or An Advantageous Aid Many students, whether they be in Primary school, Secondary school, or College have the characteristic known as procrastination. I always remember my parents and teachers telling me not to procrastinate and how procrastination is an unhealthy...
When weekend drinking means alcoholism
By: Ann E. Smith
As a popular 80s song proclaimed, "Everybody's working for the weekend." And to some degree, it's true. Many people kick off the weekend at a Happy Hour on Friday afternoon. It's time to loosen the ties, and kick back with your co-workers. Or if...
By: Elton Gahr
It is easy to dismiss the statements that odd things happen during the full moon as superstition. We can joke about werewolves howling at the moon all we want, but the statistics back up the fact that there are measurable differences in our society on...

 

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