By: R. M. DOUGLAS
Tavarish Tugwell “I personally have long been convinced that the outright ownership of farms ought to be greatly restricted. My own view, that under intelligent state control, it should be possible to introduce a planned flexibility into the congestion and rigidity of our outdated...
How to make the most of personal development
By: Inspired Robin
Why Are You Even Looking at Personal Development? Do you think this is a legitimate question? Well, if you cannot answer this simple question then it would be advisable to either take a moment to find a reason or you may just want to watch...
By: Elizabeth M Young
By their very nature, the social sciences are the product of logic, rationality and reason in the study of the individual and/or the group. When logic and rationality break down, are abandoned, or are manipulated to gain the desired outcomes, the integrity, success, and reliability...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In non experimental social science, the subject cannot be studied under the holy grail of scientific experimentation: complete control over the conditions and completely random selection of test and control subjects. Very little of the quasi experimental technique and protocols can be used, either. The...
Love at first Sight is Genetic
By: Barbara Combs Williams
The heart loves what it loves. This statement leads one to believe that no matter what we want or do, we are genetically predisposed to falling in love at first sight. Love at first sight is one of those intangible things that everyone wishes to...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In Social Science, the holy grail is in the logic that is used to formulate hypothesis and in the design of quasi experiments, where complete control over subjects, variables and even intervening variables is not possible. The arguments in favor of and the argument against...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Technology is a resource that becomes quickly tested for use in unexpected areas as soon as it becomes fully capable. When internet technology became more accessible for the masses, the components also became useful for the social scientist. When computers became data processing machines of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is apparently not possible to test intelligence in ways that truly identify innate abilities. There is no way for an individual who has not taken many math courses to test well in mathematics reasoning, indicating that it is not innate mathematical abilities that are...
Comparing IQ between different social groups, races and cultures: Are some groups more intelligent than others?
By: Elizabeth M Young
In terms of social groups, ersatz racial classifications or cultures, there are no indications that social categorization is a determinant of intelligence or innate cognitive ability. Three factors affect intelligence, physiological makeup and the facilities of the brain; the type of education that is required...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Emile Durkheim was born in 1858 in Epinal in Lorraine, France. He was the son of French Jews of a devout nature: his father, grandfather and great-grandfather were rabbis. His father was the chief rabbi of the Vosages and the Haute Marine and his mother...

 

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