By: Sam E. Jones
There is no understanding suicide, just as there is no understanding human nature, or love, or loneliness or despair. Suicide is a choice, but rarely one of last resort. It’s more of an escape; a means of ceasing to be the person that you...
Why sociology is different than psychology
By: Bob Trowbridge
Sociology is the study of the psychology of groups. Psychology studies individual behavior. There is considerable overlap between individual psychology and group psychology. Sociology Sociology looks at individual behavior as it is influenced by groups. It also studies the behavior of groups as if they...
The importance of community
By: Joyce Ann Mallare - 541627
“No man is an island,” the famous quote referring that people need each other. People need someone to talk to, someone to be with. People need someone to enhance and support their talents and skills. That is why there is what you call...
Why people fail in life
By: Gideon Oluwasegun Amuda
Success is an important factor for measurement of life’s fulfillment; it determines whether you have fully aligned into your purpose for existence. In the cross-examination of people’s views, ideas and opinions about the subject of success and failure they have often asserted the...
By: Thomas Penna
The first step in anger management to admit that you are angry. If you deny that you become angry then it will lead to negative types of behavior. Suppressing anger can create a inner conflict that can create a self destructive road. Here are five...
By: John Louie Ramos
There is no universally-accepted statutory definition of the term political system but common knowledge defines it as the system of politics and governance which reside in a particular sovereign territory. It is regarded as the system through which governmental powers of taxation, eminent domain and...
Comparing governments: From monarchy to democratic republic
By: John Louie Ramos
In political science, there are several forms of state governance. These systems of governance are the cornerstone through which the three basic governmental powers exist namely taxation, power of eminent domain and police power. Despite of its numerous varieties, there are two forms of government...
Speculating on the connection between studying psychology and developing mental illness
By: Thomas Penna
'Mental Illness Psychosis' similar to 'Medical Student Syndrome' 'People often deal with new information by relating it to themselves. This habit surrounds us in daily life. If you describe an interesting incident to someone, his probable reply is to relate a similar incident about himself...
How to understand the emotions of a child
By: Bob Trowbridge
One of the biggest mistakes we make as parents and as adults is to forget what it was like to be a child. The most dangerous and often damaging assumption we make as adults, as we look at the emotions of a child, is to...
Archeological geology of Tel Yin'am, Galilee, Israel
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The Archaeological Geology of Tel Yin'am, Galilee, Israel Tel Yin'am, in Lower Galilee, has been continually inhabited by people for thousands of years, from the Neolithic to the Roman Empire. Set in an alluvial fan at the base of a basalt fault scarp, this was...

 

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