By: Billy B. Bob
The Neanderthal DebateMass extinctions are more common than many realize. In fact, the scientific community has discovered evidence of five such extinctions throughout the 3.6 billion year history of life on this planet. Some speculate there may have been many more. In addition to...
By: Billy B. Bob
Neanderthal: Hunting Practices In Current Anthropology (47), Daniel S. Adler, Guy Bar-Oz, Anna Belfer-Cohen, and Ofer Bar-Yosef present an archaeological analysis concerning the hunting practices of Neanderthals and modern humans. They state their research "demonstrate[s] that Neanderthals and modern humans practiced largely identical hunting tactics"...
Stereotyping vs. sociological hypothesis: The difference
By: Adele Gregory
Because sociology studies groups and the effects of group inclusion (or exclusion) on individuals, it has to look at attitudes, attributes and behaviors that people have in common. If it focused entirely on personal uniqueness, the results would have little sociological meaning.I think, however...
By: Ashley Anderson
Sigmund Freud began a form of analysis that is still used to this day. His ideas of human suffering and how it relates to sexuality in this day and age are often controversial and highly debated. Whether his ideas are accurate or far from normal...
By: Shaina Kelly
There exists a man in this world deemed the human Google.' That is, his mind is as sharp, accurate, and extensive as a search engine. His name is Kim Peek and he is an autistic savant.I have always been fascinated by the ever...
By: Jan Sterrett
Your blood is boiling, your mind is reeling, your heart beat is increasing rapidly and you look like you might go postal any second. You're angry! What do you do with all that anger? How do you find a healthy way to express all that...
By: Amy Minzey
Abstract It has been shown that individuals whose body posture and gross movements have been mimicked will show an increase in pro-social behavior. Could this extend to emergency situations as well? In the present study, eight participants were given an interview during which they were...
By: Adam Jones
Freud's theory of repression- To what extent do other studies support it?It was Freud who first proposed the idea of repression- a tendency for memories of traumatic events to be unconsciously placed beyond conscious awareness. This would mean that any memories considered by the...
By: Maxwell Cynn
Why are some people happier than others? Money, power, position, none of these things cause happiness. Wealthy people spend more time in therapy than anyone else. Some people who have nothing, and logically have every reason to be depressed, are actually some of the happiest...
By: Jacob Coburn
Social change, the process by which a certain society or culture evolves in response to a great stimuli. In the case of this study, it shall be natural disasters. Since they can not be fully controlled or stopped, they cause a great deal of social...

 

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