Understanding anger and its impact
By: Cleveland Dingle
Emotions are real and emotions exist in every living human being on the planet. Unless you understand what an emotion is you will not be able to deal with the results of your emotions; particularly, anger. Where does anger come from? How is anger controlled...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established in 1995 to replace the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, or the GATT agreement. The WTO is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and is set up to make it easier for businesses to export or import and to...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The global economic system is said to have originated in the Industrial Revolution. From the invention of steam power and the resulting development of long distance transportation, the period of invention and innovation that occurred between 1820 and 1890 resulted in a spread of industrialization...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The ideas about democratic globalism take many forms. There are many viewpoints concerning the definition, role and function of democratic globalization which make it difficult to find a single issue around which to build a conceptual framework. But the fundamental issues concern the rights and...
Love at first Sight is not Genetic
By: W. H. Lindgren
The concept "love at first sight" is almost completely psychological in terms of defining what we mean by "love," and the other side of the debate is more likely based on "lust" at first sight in terms of the genetic compulsion to find a...
By: Ray Langley
What is the Concept of Culture? The concept of culture has a clear definition of “the sum total of ways of living built up by a group of human beings and transmitted from one generation to another.” (http://dictionary.reference.com/), but the depth...
The fate of the Neanderthals
By: Bennett Horton Jr.
The Fate of the Neanderthals The Neanderthals (or Neandertals) can be accurately described as our closest evolutionary kin, the closest relative to modern humans. Evolutionary science being somewhat inexact, these creatures have been classified as a species distinct from Homo sapiens - Homo neanderthalensis -...
Theories about how society influences behavior
By: Angelina Moore
We all want to feel accepted in society in order to build on our confidence and self-esteem and allow us to grow as people. In order for this to happen we conform to a way in which we deem will make us fit in society...
The correlation of morality and religion
By: Marshall Chisholm
"Morality in Regards of Religion" Religion has become a far more restrictive way of living over the course of history. Is it because of science, because of open minded thinking, stagnant lifestyles, or a need for psychological adaptation? Morality for centuries has been closely associated...
How to tell if your psychiatrist is a quack
By: Lynda Kohn
How to tell if your psychiatrist is a quack. I want to start with this statement. It isn’t only psychiatrists who do psychotherapy. The vast majority in the mental health system, it's most likely you will only see your psychiatrist for a meds checkup...

 

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