By: Elizabeth M Young
Anyone who has been in charge of a group of children, then observed the behavior of the parents can only come to the conclusion that all of those different personalities and behavioral patterns came from the home, and not from any organized social activity. The...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The Uniform code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is the system for administering justice for the military. The UCMJ evolved from the Articles Of War, which was in effect from 1770 to 1950. There were separate systems for the Army and for the Navy, and the...
Society and its people
By: Hokua oe Lopqi Lokki
Sometimes, we as a society make and create standards that are meant to be for the good of everyone. Not always are these standards as good as the society believes it to be. Sometimes these standards do irrevocable harm to individuals or groups that...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Racism is a social construct that is negative in all aspects of social interaction, social systems, and social construct. The way that beliefs, ideology, norms and values are shaped become distorted and deviant in a racist social structure. The very fact that racism involves comparing...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sociology is a vast area of study, with hundreds of officially recognized sub fields which examine human thought, actions, structures, and systems. Virtually every type and purpose of human thought and activity and action is studied in one field of sociology or another. Human action...
Ideology is Theft
By: A.T. Meininger
Not only is ideology used to manipulate people, it is one of the most efficient ways to do it. Ideology and religion have similar characteristics: they entrap their adherents to package deals of knowledge. Once they've concluded that the same person who hates abortions must...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Culture is a concept that is difficult to define and to communicate clearly, no matter how many caveats, codicils, inclusions and exclusions we can cram into a sentence! As a result, symbols which represent and communicate complex concepts are surely to be developed and used...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Expressive symbolism, at the most basic level, is the use of physical gestures, sounds, artistic symbols, and actions to express personal emotions or reactions to external and internal stimuli. The giggle represents expression that something is funny, or that the person is nervous and uses...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Social control, as a function of crime, is driven by the use of law and law enforcement to prevent or enable social change. The laws, which either prohibit, reward, or require certain activities, are the basis for social control in the developed and organized society...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The shaken fist, combined with the guttural growl goes back to the dawn of mankind as the universal expressive symbol of rage that is externalized and directed at a specific target. The little yellow/orange folder with the curved lines and dot is one of the...

 

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