Does mental illness exist?
By: Bob Seery
Because of his potent arguments that seek to dismantle the notion of "mental illness", the maverick Hungarian born US psychiatrist, Thomas Szasz, has quite often and quite mistakenly been associated with the aims and philosophy of the 60's anti-psychiatry movement - a movement which he...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: TheBlogger
Most people can tell if they are being lazy. However some people just ignore that the fact that they are lazy and blame their luck, disease, disorder or anything other excuse which does not involve their own behavior.With technology advancing, it is not difficult...
By: Bruce Kriger
The word conscience' is not used much these days. Even though we understand conscience as the awareness' of a moral or ethical aspect to one's conduct together with the urge to prefer right over wrong, as the saying goes "Let your conscience be your guide...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Todd Pheifer
I hate to break this to you, but Indiana Jones is a FICTIONAL character. While media certainly influences our perceptions of reality (art imitates life) we must be reminded of the fact that entertainment is about entertaining, not educating. This isn't to say that film...
By: Bruce Kriger
Chronophobia might be based on chronoperception. Chronoperception is the process by which time is perceived by the central nervous system. The study of the characteristics of the central nervous system is essential in order to uncover the reasons for aging-related psychological crises and to diagnose...
By: William J. Stevens
Functionalism is often viewed as the polar opposite to Marxism, a form of conservative ideology. It is unsurprising then that as Marxism views crime within its general critique of capitalism, functionalists emphasize the positive role that crime may have within the social system. However both...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: ShortyGU12
What people such as Ray Burke need to understand is a basic concept between real life and Hollywood. Everything that is depicted in Hollywood is taking the facts and somewhat skewing them. People in Wicca sometimes get offended by movies which use the Pentacle for...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Joseph Whalen
Indiana Jones is bad for Archaeology like Braveheart is bad for history. It generates additional interest in a subject that many of our youth have little or no interest in. This interest then sparks research into the subject which these youths would not normally undertake...
Is Indiana Jones Bad for Archaeology
By: Sean Curtis
The reason for asking "Is Indiana Jones bad for Archaeology," I'm assuming, is that the Indiana Jones films tend to misrepresent what it means to be an archaeologist and study archaeology. The films present the field as being full of adventure, danger, violence, and...
By: William J. Stevens
The establishment of sociology saw the dominance of structural theories, perspectives that assume man is the product of society and its institutions. Within this structural paradigm two competing forces emerged; those who claim consensus forms the basis of society, and those who assert that it...

 

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