The power struggle between science and society
By: Jason M. Kim
A controversial moral issue is something that is perceived by a population to be crossing, or close to crossing, the boundary of what is acceptable in society. The specific morals of a person are defined by their value system and their zeitgeist. The value system...
By: Cody Hodge
So what would the world look like with roughly four billion fewer people on the planet? Well, I'm assuming that it would still be a rocky planet, and I assume it would still have lots of water on it too. However, if there were only...
How cities evolved
By: James Johnson
Cities, those thriving centers of trade and commerce. They are also breeders of crime, homes to numerous gangs, and places to find slums or ghettos. To officially be a city, it must also have at least one major church or cathedral. But cities are also...
By: Cody Hodge
There is an interesting power struggle between science, and society in this country. It seems that the real conflict is between science and religion, which tends to form the values to which a community will adhere to. Most of the struggles between science, and society...
By: Melinda Clayton
The world is run by extroverts. Talking, jostling, texting, laughing, space-invading extroverts. To those of us who are introverts and crave our personal space, it can often feel overwhelming. I've spent most of my life defending my need for personal space. I'm not a touchy...
By: Cody Hodge
European birth rates are declining, and the population of European countries is not. What does this mean? It means that a lot of people are immigrating to European countries, and the majority of them are Muslims. A lot of people are scared that European countries...
Overview: The sociological perspective
By: Tiffany Aliano
Abstract: The following article will supply a brief description of what sociology is as well as three investigative levels of analytical process. This post will also address what the term sociological perspective and in addition, will present the three major theoretical perspectives as well as...
By: Jerry Curtis
A criminal, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is anyone one "who has committed a criminal offense (a crime). A crime (again according to Black's) is "a positive or negative act in violation of (the) law." A "law" in the general sense is "a body...
By: Elton Gahr
The United States of America today has a higher percent of its population in jail now than any country today or in human history. This number began to skyrocket in the 1980's and it has continued its upward trajectory since. Comparing this with other parts...
By: Elton Gahr
If you've ever spent any time around a veteran police officer or military personnel you will likely have been made aware of the concept of the personal bubble or personal space. This is because those with jobs where they are forced to regularly interact with...

 

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