Population density defined
By: Elizabeth M Young
Population density can be defined as the number of people in relation to the amount of space that surrounds them. For example, the number of people in a city block, city district , square mile, metropolis, megalopolis, region, state, country, or the entire planet, are the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
If there were to be built a "Mount Rushmore of Sociology", the faces carved into it would be Comte, Spencer, Durkheim and Weber. These were the contemporaries of early Sociological thought, as the students of social phenomena detached from philosophy and carved a niche for...
By: S.E. Ingraham
Not wanting to be swayed by all the ballyhoo surrounding this book, I put off reading it until it was finally released in paperback, then finally broke down and bought it. After starting to read, much to my surprise, I read it right through. A...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The title of this article will be interpreted to mean that a set of references to various on line sources of population data is called for. References to published texts would not be the best thing to offer because texts do not refresh or update...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Alexus Mckeon
No matter what you believe spiritually, when looked upon, death is a finality. This body we are given does expire. So in that token it is coming to terms with the fact that you are here one day and will eventually be gone on another...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Patrick Sills
Death happens. We may be able to postpone it with healthy habits and by resisting risky or reckless behaviors, but ultimately, it can't be stopped. One day, each and every one of our lives will end, and there is nothing we can do about...
What is the future of religion?
By: Author Name Withheld 228
The future of religion is succumbing to a "made to order" and customizable philosophy. Religion is basically a set of rituals, behaviors, and thoughts that someone has and these systems are supposed to guide a person to right behavior, but there are so many religions...
The value of new age archaeology to archaeology's mainstream
By: David Colello
The Value of New Age Archaeology to Archaeology's Mainstream What possible value can be added to mainstream archaeology by fringe theories regarding Atlantis, UFOs, or global conspiracies? This question is inextricably tied to broader concerns about free speech and the risks associated with it. In...
How is intermittent explosive disorder (IED) related to premenstral syndrome (PMS)?
By: Anitra Marie
Night after night, we pretend it's all rightBut I have grown older andYou have grown colder andNothing is very much fun any more.And I can feel one of my turns coming on... Anyone who has seen Pink Floyd's rock opera "The Wall" know...
How to define "sacred"
By: Alexander Naughton - 511820
What is Sacred? In order to adopt a very general approach, we are going to consider a cluster of terms as if they were synonymous: sacred, holy, divine, and transcendent are the main items in this list, others might be included as well. And...

 

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