Character trait of an animal
By: Ja.W. Smith
The Bear Who Wouldn’t Go To Bed Billy, the bear cub, loved playing and foraging for tasty treats in the forest with his brother and other cubs that lived nearby. Fishing was Billy’s favorite thing to do, because he always caught more than...
Understanding the science of motivation
By: Eugene Pitout
How can one get motivated in spite of oneself? Wouldn’t we just love to have a blanket statement or formula that works for everyone? As convenient as that may be in reality motivation is unique to the individual and thus there are as many...
Principles of existential psychotherapy
By: Effie Moore Salem
Words, like people, have their own meaning and shades of thought resembling hoards of others but like people remain essentially programmed for specific purposes. Words such as existence, choice, free will, objective, responsibility, authenticity, individuality, explain the principles by which psychotherapists’ approach their work. To...
An introduction to the different ways of carrying out sociological research
By: Effie Moore Salem
Social research methods vary according to the particular area that is in need of further study. And within this narrowed down viewpoint of the ways of arriving at statistics, data, finding answers, calculating and collecting data, questions are answered and problems are solved. Advancements in...
Does Anticonformity Foster Homelessness
By: Christie Domican
French sociologist, Emile Durkheim defined the social state of anomie as a situation in which social and/or moral norms are confused, blurred, or nonexistent. Durkheim felt this state of “normlessness” gave rise to deviance and irregular behaviours in individuals. Durkheim cites that anomie is...
Character trait of an animal
By: Linda Reyburn
The platypus is an odd-looking creature; nobody would give it beauty points. It hails from Australia, along with bouncy kangaroos, koala bears smelling like cough drops, and deadly dingo dogs. But the platypus has something going for it that none of the other creatures has...
By: Clare Hughes
Existential psychotherapy is based on a person’s sense of their place in the world and their willingness to face life and its problems. It is not based on past experiences but on what is happening in the present. It looks at the client’s...
By: Victoria Tiegert
The science of motivation is an interesting one and a person can learn a great deal about themselves and others by studying it. What is your motivation? Why do you do the things you do? What compels you to take action, make decisions, and continue...
By: Lorriellah
Growing up in a household where parents no longer want to be together can be extremely damaging for children, but it is also likely to harm the child if the parents choose to divorce; therefore, it is very important that both parents realise this before...
An introduction to the different ways of carrying out sociological research
By: Michael Carroll
Sociological research, the attempt to investigate human society by observing, and measuring the behavior of groups within that society is fraught with problems, not least the problem of objectivity. No matter how much scientific method is applied to these studies, or how refined the tools...

 

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