By: Elton Gahr
There is little room for debate in the statistics that those who are poorer are more likely to be arrested and go to jail. This connection is one that has been well established and make logical sense to most of us. Those who are poor...
By: Elton Gahr
It is a well established fact that people of higher IQ are having less children than those with lower IQ's. This was humorously explored in the movie Idiocrocy in which a completely average man from our time is put to sleep for hundreds of years...
By: Avril Defleurey
THE FOUNDING FATHERS OF SOCIOLOGY Sociology is the study of society of human social life, groups and societies. Plato and Socrates argued about their thoughts and views on social behaviour, but they did not make systematic observations to test their theories. Therefore, although their theories...
The devolution of post-secondary education in Western society
By: Universal Cynic
The devolution of post-secondary education in Western society Since antiquity, education has always been the most enlightening aspect of every society, whether democratic or despotic. Education is the essence of a state, a society, and the reflection of each individual's self. When people first began...
By: Cody Hodge
There are lots of ways in which people can become criminals. There are plenty of reasons why people would want to commit a crime, and many different motivations to resort to criminal acts. It really doesn't take a bad person to resort to a life...
Understanding social Darwinism
By: Larry Lounsbury
Social Darwinism The struggle for a free country with different races and cultures, joined together with inalienable rights, was considered by early historians and social scientists to be a relevant theory. In reality, a type of melting pot slowly began to emerge in America that...
By: Avril Defleurey
Biography: Max Weber Maximillian Carl Emil Weber was born on April 21st 1864 at Erfurt, Thuringia, East Germany. The eldest of seven children born to - Max Weber senior, a prominent and wealthy civil servant and politician and - Helene Fallenstein, a protestant Calvinist...
By: Cody Hodge
How are values linked to crime? What constitutes a crime really does come down to what kind of values that we have, and what is a crime now might not have been a crime in a previous generation. The laws of a society are always...
By: Can Tran
Interestingly enough, there is a correlation between the rate of crime and the current state of the economy. There are so many examples to use in pointing out the relationship between economics and crime. The primary example would be the economy in general taking a...
Is America a sexually repressed society
By: Cody Hodge
Is America a sexually repressed society? I can say that we are in some ways, but compared with the countries that we are going to war with these days, I can't say that with a straight face. There has always been a struggle in America...

 

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