By: Elizabeth M Young
Political and social ideologies drive totalitarian government styles and the way in which they function. One totalitarian government might focus on nationalism and racism, while another might focus on the economy and the corporations that divert wealth and control labor. Still another might focus on...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In the simpler explanation, ideology drives a system of totalitarianism that seeks to control all aspects of the political system, the economic system and the social systems. The mechanisms used include terror and propaganda, mostly in overwhelming and incredibly intrusive forms. The word "totalitarianism" was...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Forensic anthroplogy is anthropology/osteology, or study of the bones and teeth in relation to the law. The term "forensic" means law. Whenever there is crime, the results of the crime, the idea that a crime was committed and bones are involved, then the forensic pathologist...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Forensic anthropology is mainly study of osteology, or study of the bones. It is a subfield of biological anthropology, where the focus is on borrowed techniques from skeletal biology and osteology that are applied to "forensic" or legal situations. In legal situations, it is important...
The role of aerial photography in archaeology
By: Cakir Aygun
Aerial Photography has been around only for a couple of decades for civilian use, yet a couple more for military. It has ever since been in wide use for the facility it provides in understanding a landscape. This article will try to detail, through specific...
Daily sociologist: The high school cafeteria
By: Brennan Kruszewski
It has been experienced by nearly everyone over the course of their schooling: the separation of the high school cafeteria experience. Social roles are very clearly defined in this unique environment. Although some may laugh at the portrayal of the stereotypical high school cafeteria seen...
Civil war in America: Could it happen again?
By: Matthew Fulton
The US Civil War was fought over 100 years ago over issues about state's rights and because of a fundamental difference in the societies of the North and South. It is quite clear that the United States faces several very similar problems today that are...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Today there is a complex web of human activity, production, consumption, waste and a host of anthropogenic and natural environmental influences and consequences. There is no modeling or single disciplinary approach for environmental crisis that can even describe the complexity, let alone provide guidance as...
How verbal abuse relates to control issues
By: Elaine M. Doxie
When we think of abuse, we tend to think of physical abuse. When we think of a battered woman, we think of a woman who has been beaten ruthlessly by her spouse or significant other until she has black eyes and is bleeding. It is...
Milgram's behavioral study of obedience
By: Natalia Baxter
Stanley Milgram (1974) conducted a study to find out if people would obey an authority figure if it meant physically harming another person. Milgram paid 40 men to take part in his study. Each participant was a ‘teacher’, whilst the ‘learner’ was a...

 

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