Love at first Sight is not Genetic
By: W. H. Lindgren
The concept "love at first sight" is almost completely psychological in terms of defining what we mean by "love," and the other side of the debate is more likely based on "lust" at first sight in terms of the genetic compulsion to find a...
The correlation of morality and religion
By: Marshall Chisholm
"Morality in Regards of Religion" Religion has become a far more restrictive way of living over the course of history. Is it because of science, because of open minded thinking, stagnant lifestyles, or a need for psychological adaptation? Morality for centuries has been closely associated...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The gambler's fallacy is a mistaken belief that recent occurrences are indicative of odds, or that the odds increase or decrease based on recent occurrences when they are actually based on fixed probabilities. The probability of certain outcomes when the dice are rolled are believed...
Why the new-found species of hominid could be the missing link between man and ape
By: Terrence Aym
Has the 'missing link' been found?Ever since the notorious 1912 Piltdown Man hoax erupted into the biggest scandal in the annuals of anthropology, the Creationist camp has used it to vilify and mock the science of natural selection.Darwin's 1859 theory, like any valid...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sports sociology is an important sub field of sociology that examines the relationships between sporting or games and the society as a whole as well as sport, itself as an observable social phenomenon. In sports sociology, the sporting world is seen as a microcosm of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Political scientists these days have such large numbers and such complexity of social interactions, causes and effects and other activity that there is no way to avoid gaining an understanding of statistical science. Whether they are investigating social phenomena for legal, judicial, campaigning, legislative matters...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Political and social ideologies drive totalitarian government styles and the way in which they function. One totalitarian government might focus on nationalism and racism, while another might focus on the economy and the corporations that divert wealth and control labor. Still another might focus on...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In the simpler explanation, ideology drives a system of totalitarianism that seeks to control all aspects of the political system, the economic system and the social systems. The mechanisms used include terror and propaganda, mostly in overwhelming and incredibly intrusive forms. The word "totalitarianism" was...
By: Tamara Silberman
Orthodoxy in Judaism means an unswerving belief to uphold God’s law, or Halacha, as it is called in Hebrew. Halacha encompasses virtually all aspects of Jewish life. Halacha carefully monitors what one may and may not eat, may and may not wear. Halacha also...
What are Emile Durkheim's four types of suicide?
By: Daniel Khalil
According to Emile Durkheim there are four types of suicides. In this article we will go into depth about each of the four: Egoistic, Altruistic, Anomic, and Fatalistic. Durkheim, born on April 15, 1858 and living until November 15, 1917, was a French sociologist who...

 

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