The social self and its role in identity
By: Tracy Reed
In my live I have belonged to several different social groups. Primarily the four that have had the largest impact on my life would be my family, friends, choir, and religious affiliation. Each one has played a role in the development of my moral beliefs...
By: Joseph Wardy
Does feminismhave relevance? To answer the question, my reaction is no and yes as the variables within feminism are almost as widespread as the differences in people's personality and temperament.To begin with the irrelevance of feminism, the position of no is based on when...
By: Can Tran
Religion has had and will always have an impact on human behavior. One could ask: Why does religion have an impact on human behavior?One could answer: The answers are obviously in front of you in all many methods. In one way or another, religion...
By: Can Tran
So far, E-voting or electronic voting is becoming more common. As the world's technology becomes more advanced, things become far easier.One of these things that could become far easier would be for voting. So far, there has been convenience in regards to electronic voting...
By: Can Tran
I admit it I am one of those people that watches over people. I do not stalk people. Within the last few years, I have taken up an interesting in watching people. It allowed me to study and analyze them. I had never realized how...
By: Janet Dunn
When we think of privacy we think of needing personal space, but actually social space is where we distance ourselves from others and stand at arm’s length. According to anthropologist, Edward T. Hall, “proxemics” is the study of measured distances, (or space required)...
By: Cody Hodge
With the rise of technology, and humanity depending on it more than ever to do more than ever, it is no surprise that the elections process is also being effected. With the vote being the most important thing a person can have in some countries...
Corporate crime explained
By: Matt St. Amand
Why does anyone commit a crime? To gain profit without working for that profit - looking to get away with something for nothing. This motivates pick-pockets, purse-snatchers, bank robbers, insurance scammers, slip-and-fall fraudsters, shop-lifters, and the greatest of all profit-without-working-for-it shysters: corporate criminals.By way...
By: Cody Hodge
It seems like nobody has the right to privacy, or to be alone these days. If someone happens to step outside at a party, or stops talking for more than two seconds, that person obviously is depressed. Unfortunately your just going to make the problem...
By: Kimberly Wells
How People Become Criminals:A person becomes a criminal when he makes the choice to commit a crime, break the law so to speak.Every day people (most people) live their lives with hopes and dreams, values and morals, and the desire to live in a...

 

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