By: Avril Defleurey
Why do sociologists study religions? Sociologists study human social life; their methods are by observation then theory. To study a society with any clarity, the background or history of the social order must be learned first. Religions, of one form or another have been...
By: Bridget Webber
Temper tantrums can be seen in many individuals, from babies who don't know how to get what they want , to adults who are undergoing a similar problem. When it is a child who is expressing themselves in such an uncontrollable manner we are not surprised...
By: Patrick Sills
If we are to assume that most of our brains and the five senses are functioning properly, thinking of nothing is impossible, for the very act of thinking involves assembling recollections of images and memories of what we have previously been exposed to. An individual...
The devolution of post-secondary education in Western society
By: Universal Cynic
The devolution of post-secondary education in Western society Since antiquity, education has always been the most enlightening aspect of every society, whether democratic or despotic. Education is the essence of a state, a society, and the reflection of each individual's self. When people first began...
Thor Heyerdahl: His amazing voyages
By: Donna Cosmato
"We seem to believe that the ocean is endless...we use it like a sewer". Thor Heyerdahl Thor Heyerdahl was born with a natural curiosity and eagerness to explore. This amazing man, born in Norway in 1914, became a: scholar, sailor, author, ethnologist, philosopher, archaeologist...
Archaeological sites: Ebla
By: Jess Howe
Ebla in northern Syria is a site of mystery, at which archaeologists on the dig there are constantly amazed. It's brought back interest in digging in the Middle East, with its new discoveries and amazing finds. One of these is the Royal Goddess treasure, a...
By: Joan Inong
For some, human beings cannot change the way they are. For others, change is part of an enriched life vocabulary. Human beings have the potential to change who they are; whether they take that potential and use it is completely up to them. The word...
By: Joan Inong
Words are more powerful than we often think them to be. Sometimes, we say things jokingly with no real meaning behind those words, but to someone else, those words may be like weapons. We must take care of what we say, because not only can...
By: Joan Inong
Jealousy is a vice that seems impossible to shrug off. Our everyday lives are tinged with jealousy, and though we try our hardest to be happy for others, our feelings are stronger than our minds. So, when a person achieves a certain amount of...
By: Joan Inong
People do not often stop and ask themselves how they can improve so that their relationships with other people can also be ameliorated. However, in a world in which people are already distancing themselves from one another, whether premeditated or not, people should be assessing...

 

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