By: Elizabeth M Young
This article focuses mainly on the changes in waste management that have affected the lives of the average urban or suburban resident in the United States. Many would think that Americans are vastly wasteful and lazy, and that is far from the truth! As always...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In an episode of a medical themed television show, a woman was found to have sickle cell disease. The woman appeared to be Caucasian and it was therefore assumed that she must have hidden "African" ancestry. The presence of sickle cell disease, as determined by...
What is the future of religion?
By: Bob Lloyd
The future of religion is intimately connected with the development of society itself, its beliefs and customs, its values and traditions. Religions express long-standing cultural beliefs about our origins and the world we live in and the meaning of our lives. But they have also...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Renita Martin
Can Human Beings Change? Just as everything in the universe changes, people can and do change also. Matter changes from solid to liquid to vapor. Traditionally, it was taught that there were only these three states of matter. Now, there are said to be five...
Social statistics: What is gambler's fallacy?
By: D. Vogt
Gambler's fallacy is a psychological misinterpretation of how repeated random events work in real life. Although its application does not necessarily involve gambling, the term is drawn from the tendency in gambling to perceive winning or losing "streaks," or to believe that an upcoming...
How molestation survivors function in society
By: Sabrina Dawkins
Molestation survivors are often haunted by the fact that they were betrayed and violated when they were most vulnerable. And the details of the assault itself replay in victims’ minds involuntarily. Being victimized when you are defenseless and totally dependent on adults makes the adult...
What the i-dot indicates about your personality in graphology
By: Ruby Ernica Samy
You will be surprised to know that “i” – dots can disclose a lot about your personality and character. It is indeed true "i" dots do reveal a lot about you. Read on to spot the dots in your handwriting and find out what...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are two areas of human behavior and thought process that cannot be changed: First there are the biological imperatives that cause us to react in ways that are instinctual, physiological or mysteriously, just there as a fixed part of us. Second, there are physical...
By: Suzanne Rose
Decision making is affected by a wide variety of factors. Every person or group as a whole has different characteristics that dictate how one makes their decisions. Consider the following ideas. How one's parents makes decisions Oftentimes people learn how to make decisions from their...
Which came first Language or Culture
By: John Brown - 591004
This question sounds rather weird, in order to answer this question properly, we need to define each element quite perfectly. Below you will find a short extract to what culture and language are and an explanation on how to decide on their development:Let’s start...

 

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