How people become criminals
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is an ongoing argument between many camps: is there a predisposition to crime, or does a person's environment cause a person to lead a life of crime? Every year, lists of laws from the past criminalize behavior in ways that become the joke of...
Decentralization of urban functions: An assessment
By: Elizabeth M Young
Urban functions generally include government facilities at the city and county level. Where the city is a state capitol, state level government and central agency offices and facilities may be spread out through an urban area. Cultural centers include theaters, symphony halls, museums, and other...
The heritage of American cities
By: Elizabeth M Young
The heritage of San Francisco, California, is based in diversity. From Sir Francis Drake, to the Spaniards, to the African Americans who brought the masonry, carpentry and other building skills from the South, to the newly rich gold barons who brought the money, to the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The three basic analytical tools for the social scientists are: Concepts, statements and conceptual frameworks. For a basic introduction, the concepts are very basically presented. There is far more to these analytical tools, which leads to years of study. Concepts: These are the basic building...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Author Name Withheld 228
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland, on July 26, 1875 to Emilie Jung and Johann Jung who was a minister. In fact, religion played a tremendous role in young Carl Jung's life. Being surrounded by religion and medicine may have rubbed off on him, Nevertheless...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A megalopolis is generally defined as having some metropolises with cities at their core. For a metropolis, along with other important factors, the core city must have a population of 500,000 or more. An agglomeration of surrounding built up areas with a population of...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Paul Schingle
I don't know that people are as afraid of dying as they are afraid that they won't have accomplished what they wanted before they get there. Death is absolutely, positively inevitable. Fearing it isn't going to change it. However, some people do seem to...
By: Steve Marshall
Dreams are often very direct in showing us to ourselves. One way that our dreams do this is to allow us to be naked within the public eye, in an inappropriate sense, or even feeling in a somewhat vulnerable state. There are other less direct...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The role of cities is changing in these times of increasing decentralization, globalization, and deformation of traditional constructs that are used to define cities. In some cases, technology is the driving force that has led to deconstruction of social, economic, and production interaction zones. For...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Human geography has developed as a way to observe humans as they interact with, inside, and around a framework of physical, or geographical environments. The work covers both qualitative and quantitative research methodology, with more leanings toward qualitative approaches. The stunning array of focuses comes...

 

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