By: Elizabeth M Young
The philosophical origins of negativity or positivity concerning women go back to the earliest known major philosophers, Aristotle was of a very negative mind toward women, and claimed in detail that there were justifications for considering women as inferior to and the subject of man:...
Difference between sociopath and psychopath
By: Jael Ravalyn
The difference, as with all synonyms, is in context and conversation. Statistical manuals/guides both national (DSM) and international (ICD) will offer the array of symptoms describing the sociopath, the psychopath. Situations in which the deviant is committing a heinous crime against society or individuals will...
By: Lynette Alice
An evangelical group comprised of Turkish and Chinese explorers claims that they think they have potentially made one of the biggest discoveries of the last hundred years - Noah’s Ark. The group that claims to have made this discovery of Biblical proportions is Noah&rsquo...
Why children are losing touch with reality
By: Justina Anderson
We've all hear the saying " back in my day..." but has anyone really thought about it? the times have changed dramatically, if you were to compare a child of today to a child of the 50's, they would seem like two different species...
By: Felix Parnell
Shyness is a behavior that occurs with a lot of children. It is a normal that kids may be shy when they are still young. As they grow older, the language gets developed as well as the social skills. When they begin maturity at the...
By: Annette Gary
The quest for knowledge has been a driving force of humankind for as long as intelligent life has existed. This desire to learn stemmed from basic necessity and evolved into an urge to understand the psyche. Tests like the Locus of Control quiz, Real Age...
Prehistoric settlement patterns around Tepe Yahya, Iran
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Prehistoric Settlement Patterns around Tepe Yahya Since its discovery in 1967, the ancient site of Tepe Yahya in modern day Iran has been of great interest to archaeologists. Symmetrical in shape, rising to a height of 30 meters, it measures 180 meters at the base...
What is Social Engineering?
By: L.B. Woodgate
Are our choices truly independent ones or are we the product of a social engineering that serves a consumer economy? Years ago, in an older strip, the cartoon character of “Momma” by Mell Lazarus was sitting in a comfortable chair in front of the...
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The Role of Remote Sensing in Ethnohistorical Research In the last few decades archaeology has seen new technique and methods, especially in ethnohistorical research. Remote sensing techniques can offer a great deal in constructing new research methods and as such played an important part in...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Political scientists these days have such large numbers and such complexity of social interactions, causes and effects and other activity that there is no way to avoid gaining an understanding of statistical science. Whether they are investigating social phenomena for legal, judicial, campaigning, legislative matters...

 

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