By: Lee-Ann Losper
Teenagers are the group most strongly influenced by popular culture (more commonly called pop culture). What exactly is popular culture? According to Wikipedia English: “Popular culture is the totality of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, images and other phenomena that are deemed preferred through an informal...
Why it is never too late to conquer fear
By: Ganelle Davis
Our inhibitions are manifested in our fear of failure. It is never too late to address our inhibitions and conquer our fears. As Christians, we are admonished to conquer our fears. There, exist an endless list of fears and phobias that plague us, as human...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Christyl Rivers
People complain about everything because so much is wrong with our world! Yet, beyond that, there are damaged people, who without realizing it, have surrendered their power, and see the world as stuff that happens to them, instead of stuff they can respond to, in...
By: Ganelle Davis
Change is a by-product of growth. Everything in our lives changes, at some point or another. Our looks may change. Our responsibilities towards others may change. it is no wonder, we must adapt to these changes and perhaps change ourselves in the process. Our perspectives...
Shift your views: Flaws of the system
By: Daniel Cloud
As humans we are imperfect, and therefore any system we create will be imperfect. When referring to a system, you generally think about government and its organization. From a current standpoint, the government is failing in many systems such as society, education, wasted money, funding...
Understanding genius and savants
By: Matthew Bersson
Imagine being able to do any math calculation in your head or being able to sit down at the piano and play any song you want; but not being able to take care of yourself. This is the often the reality for someone with Savant...
By: Paul Lines
Policing operations in Scotland, England and Wales, unlike those of other countries, are not conducted by a single national police force. Indeed, with it own devolved government, Scotland is now a separate jurisdiction to England and Wales, which further complicates the policing structure. Moreover, as...
Parental neglect causes behavior problems in children
By: Mandy Lennon
Children affected by abuse or neglect react in many ways. It is generally accepted that they will show signs of fear or sadness; they might have difficulties with their school work, harm themselves, wet the bed or have nightmares. However these are just generalities which...
Branches of archaeology
By: Matthew Bersson
Archaeology is the study of human culture through material goods. These goods can include structures, artifacts, and organic material. The specific type of artifact to be examined determines which branch of archeology is best for that situation. There are seven major branches of archaeology; prehistoric...
A guide to archaeological ethics
By: Nick Ford
Archaeological ethics are the moral principles that guide an archaeologist in the pursuit of his or her profession. The issues covered range from respect for the dead to conservation of artefacts to the preservation and interpretation of heritage. Before looking at details specific to the...

 

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