Early caregiving effects on adult development
By: Effie Moore Salem
It is assumed that early care in life has a tremendous impact on how the future adult will develop. And that common sense thinking is correct up to a point. While there are random studies being done, as reported by scholarly journals, these are mainly...
Leadership theories in psychology
By: Helping Psychology
People have been attempting to define leadership and identify those qualities that make a great leader for almost as long as the discipline of psychology has existed. Throughout the years, leadership has been defined according to factors like type, situation, individual characteristics and relationships with...
Why is it important for a person to be validated?
By: Melissa Murphy - 565406
In a world of diversity, it’s the many differences between individuals that bring about the fullness, interest and excitement in life. Unfortunately, it is those very same differences that also lead to discord and conflict in relationships. Everybody has their own unique worldview. That...
An introduction to grounded theory
By: D. Victor
Grounded theory belongs to the family of qualitative research, which is based on subjective, textual data as opposed to quantitative data. It is one of four primary qualitative approaches – the others being phenomenology, field research and ethnography. This approach is credited to two sociologists...
An introduction to grounded theory
By: Peter Hann
Grounded theory was formulated by Barney Glaser and Anselm Strauss as a method of research in the social sciences. Owing to its use of comparison of data, it was originally referred to as the “constant comparative method”. The essence of grounded theory is that...
By: D. Vogt
Grounded theory is an approach to scientific and social science research which emphasizes inductive reasoning, or beginning with data and formulating a hypothesis to fit it, rather than the more common deductive scientific method approach, of forming a hypothesis on the basis of theoretical knowledge...
By: Rachel Alessi
Grounded Theory is a research methodology used in social sciences in which a theory is developed from the analysis of data. It was discovered by Glaser and Strauss in 1967. Grounded Theory is used to develop concepts about social patterns and attitudes. This is done...
By: Lisa Putnam
Archaeology is the study of ancient people and societies through surveying, excavating, and analyzing collected materials from the past. Archaeology is both a science and a humanity and contains elements of anthropology, geology, geography, linguistics, chemistry, and history. Archaeologists begin by looking for a site...
How to decode body language
By: AngelaWhite
Learning how to decode the body language of the person next to you can be confusing. Are they flirting? Angry? Someone to watch out for? How do you tell? This article will help teach you how to decode body language so you can really know...
By: Keeley Nally-Taylor
It doesn’t matter how good a liar you are or that you are skilled in hiding your thoughts and feelings, body language will always give you away. Reportedly 65% of non-verbal communication is delivered through body language so it is just as important as...

 

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