How dance impacts culture
By: Claude Morales
Dance influences culture. Can you believe it ? Imagine the opposite: your culture is not impacted by dance. Or even you have a culture but you do not dance. Perhaps you hate dancing ?. The absence of dance will not alter your culture. But the practice of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The first source of variations in media reporting of one event lies in the type of journalism that is being conducted. On scene journalists will go to the scene of the event and will work to collect and to verify the accuracy of as much...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The US Census is on a lot of minds since the 2010 census is in progress. To find out what the Census Bureau does every ten years and on a constant basis in between the major counts, a social scientists can visit the comprehensive website...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are databases today which make the older social scientist wonder how anything was ever done. The student, teacher, and writer can now go online and find access to data, journal articles and databases that was never so readily available in its many forms, let...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Mob behavior is like quicksilver. It is the event where a group of humans will assemble for some reason, then ebb and flow, then explode in activitythat is triggered by a few crowd members who manage to convince the rest of the crowd that aggresive...
By: Gaurav Mahendru
Living alone is as normal as living with people. It is possible that one person lives alone and wishes or feels at times that there should be someone to talk to or a circle of friends. Alternatively some people who have a large social circle...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Comparative Sociology is usually inherent to the study of social phenomenon. One of the processes of sociological study is to compare one social entity with another. There may be the representative, the unique or the newly discovered social entity, but there is always going to...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The process of globalization is one which has many components, including commonalities in economy, social, and cultural affairs, combined with the breakdown of political and cross border roadblocks to create a system of buying, selling, transporting and producing that is considered to reach all relevant...
Mood disorders: Manic episode
By: Kris Kennedy
Mood Disorders-Manic Phase Bi-polar seems very misunderstood. Some without the disorder are frightened by the manic phase and some with the disorder enjoy the creative and energetic boost available during the phase. In other cases, some view the disorder as not handicapping because of the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Radicalism is of a nature that rejects incremental changes in society, the economy or in politics. The tendency is to confuse reformers and progressive with radicals, especially when they are calling for an incremental change that draws great attention and controversy. Examples of reform initiatives...

 

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