Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Richard W Zaengle Jr
Each of us, in reference to that part of the ego which we reveal to the outside world, has a persona, or mask, that we put on in childhood that enables us to give definition to our public sense of self. We carry and use...
The psychology behind humor
By: Richard W Zaengle Jr
Jeffrey H. Goldstein, in his essay “The Healing Power of Laughter”, wrote that in the mind of Dr. Sigmund Freud there were two separate kinds of humor, “hostile wit” and “benign humor”. These are the two types of humor Freud described in...
Social structure theory and crime
By: MD Wilson
Social disorganization is used by criminal justice professionals to predict trends in criminal behavior. Social disorganization is contributed to by many factors. This paper will explain social disorganization and how social disorganization relates to organized crime and criminal behavior. The connection between corrupt political machines...
Organized crime vs individual crime
By: MD Wilson
Organized Crime and the Social Institution Organized crime has many illegal and legitimate businesses. Organized crime can be seen as a social institution. Organized crime possesses a chain of command with leadership and specific rules governing the organization. Empirical and speculative theories are in...
By: Ibrahim Mabwa
Psychologically, people tend to behave based on their cognitive and emotional health. The actions or deeds of an individual reflect his ability to understand the impact of those actions, not only to himself, but also to those around him, and often provide a window to...
By: Ganelle Davis
Winning at any endeavor, may give the winner an immediate adrenalin surge. In some televised sports, we have seen players who beat their own chest and raise a triumphant pointing finger that indicates their number one status. This adrenalin surge or show of bravado may...
By: Emele Maisey
Ian Graham is a British Mayanist, a scholar who specializes in the research and study of Central American pre-Columbian Maya civilization. Becoming a Harvard professor after spending decades out in the field he has devoted most of his adult life to helping make the ancient...
By: Loredana Ghitescu
Nothing intrigues and summons up the adventurous spirit inside of languid readers more than a rare glimpse into the history of mankind along with a remarkable series of vivid recollections of first-hand experiences from The Mayan Ruins of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize. Ian Graham’s...
Why human beings learn best through experience
By: Christyl Rivers
History teaches that people cannot learn the lessons of history. Coevolution with other organisms in bio-systems dictates that people can effectively learn from their own senses. Although humans may learn facts, they cannot learn facts to the same depth of knowing, or with the same...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Introduction The Abu Simbel Temples are built on orders of Ramses II and dedicated to Ptah and Amun Re, the two greatest gods of the time. The temples were built in a way that allows the sun to light up sculptures on the back walls...

 

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