By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Archaeology: Architectural remains from the Neolithic period at 'Ain Ghazal, Jordan ‘Ain Ghazal, located in the modern country of Jordan, offers some wonderful architectural remains from the Neolithic period. Whether a building is used for a family home, a community building or a religious/ceremonial...
By: Elizabeth M Young
But Global economics involves the interdependent and interconnected systems of the world's economies. When an economy is regarded as a single economic system that applies to all, it is considered to be a global economy. The features of a global economy include, processes that allow...
The legacy of Burrhus Frederic Skinner
By: Tmari
Born an American, B. F. Skinner is one of history’s most compelling psychologists to have ever walked the earth. Skinner was an author, inventor, and a psychologist who had a passion for his line of work. Although Skinner is deceased, his legacy continues to...
A look at the discovery of a 12,000 year old Natufian priestess
By: Norman A. Rubin
(Dr. Leore Grosman heading a team of archeologists of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem excavating a small cave near Carmiel in the Galilee had discovered the skeleton of a woman shaman, who lived some 12,000 years ago in the Natufian of Middle Stone Age...
By: Sarah Ganly
Understanding children, how they develop, and how they learn is one of the most important jobs of a teacher, and there are many theories based on this understanding. Jean Piaget was a "biologist who originally studied mollusks, but moved into the study of the development...
How to accept your limitations
By: Dolores Moore
In a world where to be seen to be the best, in all aspects of life, is the pinnacle of achievement, it can be difficult knowing how to accept your limitations. No matter how many times a loving parent comforts a child with the words...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
There is so much hypocrisy when dealing with racism that it is hard to know where to even begin. The American Constitution is based on fairness for all, regardless of race, colour or creed. These are ideals that the majority of us strive for, yet...
If and why we fear death
By: Rebecca King - 566065
When it comes to death people have so many beliefs about what happens after we die that it is hard to say what will really happen. So when we think of being afraid of death we are even more afraid of what happens, if any...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Climate, especially global warming has gone from being a world wide crisis to a controversial embarrassment and is now back to being an embarassment for the embarrasers! Beginning with the early concepts of anthropogenic contributions to the warming of the atmosphere of the entire globe...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: B. Ann Patterson
Absoluty, yes, human beings can change the way they are at any age that they are. They can do it by intention...intending to make a particular change. When one person takes a look within the innermost self and recognizes an area in which they...

 

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