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By: Robert D. Twitchell
The concept of change is deeply rooted in the history of humanity whether it be the animals, the climate, or the people. Change is inevitable, especially over long periods of time, but even with numerous changes the same basic fundamentals of life still hold true...
By: Cody Hodge
What is a cult? A cult is any group that comes together to worship a common object or person. A cult could be any group really, and that actually includes religious groups who at some point may also have been considered just a cult. A...
What are the elements of religion?
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Every culture, in some form or another, has religion as part of their way of life. A religion consists of traditions, sub-traditions, and a recognition of a transcendental Being or goal. With such a variety of religions among us, a pattern can be seen. There...
Print Culture Rip
By: Brian Tobin
Reading and writing are in a bad way. For six decades television has been changing social habits by cutting into the leisure of reading. For the past three decades the computer has accelerated this change with the same predictable result. Teaching and learning have suffered...
How social scientists view the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
By: Mary P Ivy
The social and psychological impact of the BP oil spill was guessed at early on, as lives were thrown into turmoil. Much like any disaster, this one would impact families and communities in profound ways, both immediately and long-term. Now the initial fears of the...
By: Can Tran
During my senior year of high school, I had taken English IV Honors. From what I had learned, the teacher was a former Catholic nun from Ireland. We never asked why she had left the nunnery. But, that is best saved for another story. For...
By: Ray Langley
The Human Need for Social Interaction The Human Need for Social Interaction centers on the need to survive and procreate. As man has developed through time, the types of Social Interactions have evolved with him. Loose “packs” depicted of early man in historical recreations...
By: Laura Leigh Fields
I think we were all mall rats in our own time. I know I was. When a weekend came, I did my chores and was on my best behavior, in hopes that I could go hang out at the mall. It was where all the...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: G E Barr
THE NEED FOR WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONAs we advance technologically, the wonders of computers are fantastic and their convenience is overwhelmingly attractive to our need for speedy communication. I can, with the click of a few buttons, find out what's going on in London or Montreal. I...
Written Text is not Obsolete
By: Cameron Foster
Some claim that written communication (text) will be completely phased out in the not too distant future. However, an examination of history suggests this is unlikely to happen. Changes since the Industrial Revolution offer concrete examples. When the locomotive was invented in the 1830s it...

 

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