The human need for social interaction
By: Courtney Lindsay
The need to seek and maintain interpersonal relationships is a basic need of all human beings. That is why the need to affiliate with others and to be accepted by them is as being as basic to our psychological well-being as hunger and thirst are...
Population growth and the problems it poses
By: Bob Seery
The economic and political problems related to population growth are all interconnected of course and shouldn't be considered in unison. As the oil runs out and prices rocket inputs for large-scale mechanised farming will rise which will push up farmers production costs and raise the...
Why did Bolivia lose access to the Pacific Ocean?
By: Andrew Moran
Since the War of the Pacific, or the Ten Cents War, from the years 1879 to 1883, the nation of Bolivia has not been able to access the Pacific Ocean. At least 14,000 soldiers and civilians were killed in the war. Following the war...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The first thing that should come to mind is the methodology that is used to determine a global population count. Given the size of the globe and the smallness of mankind, it is obvious that an accurate count was impossible to get. It all begins...
By: Memphis Yankee
UNICEF is the acronym for the United Nations Children’s Fund, formerly known as the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. Despite its former name and present acronym, UNICEF’s mission and activities extend beyond the administration of an emergency fund. UNICEF collects data...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is an authoritative body established under the mandate given by the United Nations General Assembly and plays an important role in uplifting the basic needs and children’s rights in all regions in the world where poverty and...
By: Vicki Perry
People have seen children walking their trick-or-treat routes, carrying a little carton to help those in need. They may have dropped a few coins into the container with the word “UNICEF” wrapped around to hide the advertisements on the side of the milk carton...
Why do sociologists study religions?
By: Jay O'Toole
The ability of sociologists to study religion is closely related to their ability to self-examine and to self-criticize. Therefore, the reason that sociologists study religion must have to do with classifying "us or them," as that study relates to belief in GOD. According to...
Why do sociologists study religions?
By: Jack Merrywell
The study of religion is a central consideration in the twin fields of sociology and cultural anthropology. Three major aspects of its importance to these fields include its role as a major factor in modern social behavior, its influence on the emergence of stratified societies...
Why Chinese dragon year means a baby boom across Asia
By: A.W. Berry
The year of the dragon is a lucky year to be born or married according to practitioners of Chinese astrology. Individuals born under this sign, which occurs in the zodiac once every twelve years are said to be blessed with unique qualities that bring good...

 

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