The history of the Abu Hureyra site
By: Gillian Taber
Tell Abu Hureyra is the remains of a village, found on the south bank of the Euphrates River, in Syria. It was excavated by a British team in 1972 and 1973. The village was subsequently flooded under Lake Assad, a reservoir of the Tabqa Dam...
Freud's famous theory
By: Norman Munro
Perhaps the best known name in the world of psychology is that of Sigmund Freud. Perhaps no other name provokes greater controversy. Was he a genius or a charlatan? Born in Vienna to a middle class Jewish family, young Sigmund was the apple of his...
Sociological perspectives: Marxism
By: Brinda Junkere
Through the centuries sociologists have sought to find answers as to how social order is possible or how society works. This search has given rise to the development of a number of sociological perspectives. One of these sociological perspectives is the conflict perspective. The...
Biography: Alfred Adler
By: Norman Munro
Alfred Adler - The Third Man. Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler, the great triumvirate and founding fathers of early psychological theory, are probably the best known names in the world of early psychology. Freud and Jung are better known, and the work of...
Where to see the Rorschach Test known as the inkblot test
By: Peter L. Bosch
The inkblot test, named after Hermann Rorschach who invented the examination in 1921 has had ten images made public by Wikipedia. The test has been highly secretive in order to keep the results effective, but the accuracy of this test is still debatable among the...
Language and Culture
By: Adelani Aderemi
Which came first, language or culture? The answer to this question must be found in the Creator's book itself, the Bible. First and foremost, of itself, the Bible says All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for...
By: Avril Defleurey
The son of middle-class Slovenian Communists, Slavoj Zizek (born 21st March, 1949 in Ljubljana, Slovenia) is a philosopher, psychoanalyst, cultural critic and Lacanian Marxist sociologist. He is currently - senior researcher at the Institute of Sociology at the University of Ljubljana, where he is...
By: Beverley Francis
Oopart meaning out-of-place-artifact was coined by zoologist Ivan T. Sanderson and is used to describe historical archaeological or palaeontological objects that are found in very unusual or impossible locations. The term is mainly used by crypto-zoologists and paranormal enthusiasts and is rarely used by historians...
Is Political Ideology used to Manipulate the Masses
By: Charles Ray
When I was a young student taking political science courses, politics was described as the 'art of compromise.' Politicians sought to broker coalitions and compromises that resulted in policies aimed at the greater good of the masses and the country as a whole. In...
When and when not to think logically
By: Cinda Smaagaard
Logic and reason and rationality have their place but many scientists will tell you that the majority of decisions are based on emotions. When faced with choices in life especially those which have far-reaching consequences over the long haul we often try to justify our...

 

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