The relevance of feminism
By: Sapphire M. Brown
The purpose of feminism differs between the feminist perspectives but most feminists strive to outline the inequality between men and women as well as increase the rights of women. The question is, have we reached a point where gender equailty has finally been acheived and...
The hypocrisy of racism
By: Pranaputra Partaningrat
Racism in word, actions, opinions, social attitude and behaviour.Recently I received in my in-box a forwarded article which ended in a diatribe against racism. It fired me up to write to my daughter about it. Then I considered I needed to write to friends...
By: Krystle Hernandez
The average age at marriage seems to vary between the sexes and among cultures. But, why is this? Worldwide, men usually marry at age eighteen or older while women usually marry at age seventeen or younger. Sexual anthropologist Susan Fraser asserts that 74% of men...
Hope: The great illusion of man
By: Cody Hodge
Is hope really an illusion? Sure, we can't see hope, we can't feel hope, and I dare you to prove what exactly it is. Hope is what keeps us going every day, and the thing that keeps us believing that one day things will get...
The hypocrisy of racism
By: Jason Sorrell
I would like to begin this article by stating clearly that I am opposed to any racially inspired activity. I feel that a mature intellect should be able to rise above his her her racially motivated inclinations and make decisions with a minimal amount of...
Understanding social Darwinism
By: Judy Joyce - 463318
While many attribute the notion of Social Darwinism as a development of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, they would be wrong. Instead, it is important to take note of the work of Herbert Spencer - pre-Darwin - who coined the term "survival of the fittest"...
Is Political Ideology used to Manipulate the Masses
By: Robin Hussey
The use of Fear to Control the MassesPolitical and religious ideology has been used to manipulate the mases thought out the history of time. Historically, religion has been a more powerful force than politics although politicians are certainly not opposed to using religious ideology to...
The impact of religion on human behavior
By: Dolores Moore
History informs us that every religion known to, and practiced by man has a set of principles and rules to follow. Whether God created man or man invented gods, religious beliefs have for centuries impacted on society, and so, on human behavior. No doubt the...
People-watching: More than a pastime
By: Dolores Moore
Within the first few weeks of life, human beings become people watchers. They learn to recognize faces, to read expressions, to understand love and trust. The toddler who misbehaves after day-care has undoubtedly been little people watching, and copying naughty behavior. Teens who want to...
The Founding Fathers of Sociology
By: Jennie Mc Donald
Marx, Durkheim and Weber laid the foundations for sociological knowledge. Each of them although different hoped for the same outcome, that of social harmony. They dedicated much of their research towards the individual within society. Individuals had to learn to deal with the enormous changes...

 

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