Introduction to museum studies
By: James Johnson
Museum Studies is not the study of museums, but rather the study of how to set up, organize and run a museum, it is also called museology. It is a complex field that requires the understand of numerous other fields, including business, psychology, preservation techniques...
Emotional suppression: Causes and consequences
By: Hillarie Goldstein
Emotional suppression is the phenomenon of blocking out awareness of emotions a person considers "bad". He hides what Carl Jung calls the "shadow", or what we think of as the "dark side" from himself. He doesn't allow himself to know how angry or jealous or...
Can charity be codependent?
By: Jordan Green
Government assistance has become an impersonal disaster. Distributing handouts without caution or care, Washington is discouraging self-sufficiency and wasting resources. At the same time, we're failing to provide the poor a way out and helping dig a deeper hole. Successful charity depends on careful...
The distinction between urban and rural defined
By: Elizabeth M Young
At a very basic level, the difference between urban and rural areas is about population density. Population density per square mile is vastly different between those urban areas that can be defined as cities, and those rural areas that can be defined as unincorporated areas...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is amazing that the average person assigns adult intelligence based on a person's title or job. Scientists, doctors and lawyers top the list. Janitors and day laborers are seen as unintelligent, or they would have gone to school to be something better. There has...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In the original sense, urbanization referred to the mass migration of people from the farming regions and rural estates to the industrial centers and commercial centers. The industrial revolution led people to new opportunities in life, and away from farming or servitude. The jobs that...
Freud's famous theory
By: Alexus Mckeon
To take a journey into the man, mind, and logic at work is truly based on belief and opinion at best. I have read a lot on Freud and still do to this day. (Everything I can get my hands on as a matter of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In the art world, those works which are considered to be the great works of the world were made possible through commissions from the wealthiest and most powerful individuals in the world. From the time of the first civilizations, religious leaders and their power to...
By: Cody Hodge
One of the funniest things you will ever see is an adult having a temper tantrum. You would think that these brief emotional outbursts would end upon graduation from kindergarten, yet some adults think that letting it all out in the open is going to...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Religion has a vast array of elements, depending on the religion that is practiced. Common to most religions is belief, statement, faith, fellowship, worship, sanctification, ritual, and the law. Common among the practitioners of a particular religion is a shared belief. Whether a God, or...

 

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