Military/civilian social interactions: Civilian work transitions
By: Elizabeth M Young
Recently, the Army advertising campaign included some commercials where the new supervisor condescendingly asks if the newly hired veteran has seen anything as amazing and fascinating as the company's new project. The next scene shows action shot after action shot, with the soldier in charge...
Is inmate rehabilitation succeeding?
By: Terrence Aym
No, and the dirty little secret is that it's not designed to succeed. In fact a recent study of prison population growth since 1960 revealed that if the growth rate curve continues on its current trajectory that the prison population will double by 2025 and...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are bumper stickers that advertise. There are bumper stickers that tell where we have been. Bumper stickers brag about our honor student children or threaten to beat up our honor student children. They tell jokes, make political statements, encourage us to vote for candidates...
Military social structures after the end of "Don't ask, don't tell"
By: Elizabeth M Young
The logistical, legal, social, and interpersonal tasks that are associated with ending "don't ask, don't tell" are unknown to the vast majority of Americans. The idea of just "ending the program" and allowing gay and lesbian soldiers to serve freely, without the unfair and discriminatory...
What is Social Engineering?
By: Sonora Webster
The ultimate objective of criminal law is to regulate social interactions and maintain order within society. Many believe the American culture is heading for a spiraling downfall, but this can change if society would realize that improvements towards social engineering begins and largely depends...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Political crime can be viewed as activity that is deemed to be political in nature, while it is in violation of local law, national law, or international law. Acting to cause grave damage to the state, acting in treasonous ventures against the state, and threatening...
Crime: Shared responsibility vs individual responsibility
By: Suzana Vuksanovic
Crime by definition harms society. When the definition is an apt description of the action, then there is no doubt that the individual bears responsibility, taking into account the afore-mentioned individuals soundness of mind. But what happens when society's codes for lawful behaviour do...
The devolution of post-secondary education in Western society
By: G E Barr
A De Evolving Educational System To be clear, those born of noble and curious minds suffer the most in a de evolutionary system. While those lesser endowed, find their way to vocation, the higher mind knows that there has got to be more. And religion...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is a common misconception that all branches of the military have the same military behavior, styles of leadership, and interpersonal relationships between soldiers, airmen and seamen and their commissioned officers. This is not true. Each branch has it's own philosophy and standards for conduct...
By: ek ellis
What is the difference between sociology and psychology? In my search to find the answer to this question, I first looked up the definition of sociology and psychology. Sociology is defined as: The scientific study of human social behavior and its origins, development, organizations, and...

 

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