By: Nish Laverz
Every person who doesn't join, weakens the Union and reduces the chances of getting a good deal at work for everyone. USDAW (Union of Shop, Distribution and Allied Workers) The challenges Unions face. Workplace. Employers trying to discourage workers from joining their trade union. This...
What is passive-aggression?
By: D. Victor
Passive-aggression refers to subtle, often renounced, resistance or obstructionist behaviours that have multiple causes. While this phenomenon originated as an attempt to classify covert, non-compliant behaviour, it can also be a trait, behaviour or personality disorder. The broader view of passive-aggression results from the acknowledgement...
By: Unairab Mohmad
The history and practice of anthropomancy Anthropomancy is the practice of divination by examining the entrails of a person during sacrifice. Anthropomancy is also believed to be performed on younger kids or virgins fundamentally. Those who practice anthropomancy are called anthropomantists. It is an ancient...
By: Unairab Mohmad
The archaeological site known as Njoro River Cave is located near the Kenyan Rift Valley. It chiefly gained prominence after being brought into focus by a British archaeologist and anthropologist, Mary Leakey, in the 1930s. The Elmenteitan culture was brought to attention by the discoveries...
By: Unairab Mohmad
The Archaeological site known as Barlambidj is located near the coastal area of northern Australia. The name ‘Barlambidj’ is derived from the indigenous people of the area who have called it Barlambidj for centuries. There is fundamentally no drinking water reserve available but the...
General abilities of Homo erectus
By: Ray Burke
The Olorgesailie People If one wanted to study the general abilities of Homo erectus then a visit to Olorgesailie in Kenya would be a worthy place to start. Around sixty-five kilometres southeast of Nairobi, within the Great Rift Valley, sits a large field of Acheulean...
What is a Type D personality?
By: Annalyn Andriyenko
In medical psychology, personality types are shifted into different categories, such as personality type A, B, C, and D. These personality types show us as humans and how we interact with our surroundings, all of us have a different personality type from a psychological viewpoint...
Book reviews: The Spectrum of Consciousness, by Ken Wilber
By: Youngbear Roth
TITLE: 'The Spectrum of Consciousness'by Ken WilberISBN: 0835-60695-3ISBN 13: 978-0835-60695-0Publisher: Quest Books; Shambhala Publications 'The Spectrum of Consciousness' by Ken Wilber drilled through evolutionary ground in transpersonal psychology by presenting an expanded perennial model through which western psychological modalities could be integrated with contemplative eastern...
Location of Irem
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The Location of Irem Ancient Egypt is a wonderful source for toponyms, the study of place names. Indeed, through Egypt’s imperial history, there are hundreds of different places mentioned, Punt being perhaps the most famous of them all. However, the location and study of...
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in the Senqunyane Valley, Lesotho There are 54 archaeological and rock art sites from south-central Lesotho in Africa, suggesting that hat MSA (Middle Stone Age), LSA (Late Stone Age) and Iron Age settlement patterns reflect differing adaptations. Archaeologists have been well aware...

 

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