By: Elizabeth M Young
Social networking has a surprisingly long history which dates back to the original use of the military, government, scientific and educational internets to pass along personal messages and to have discussions. When the systems were in place to allow chat, various forums developed for individuals...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In identifying role changes or role evolutions that have occurred over the past 49 years, so much has happened to vastly change the roles of each family member, the structure of families, themselves, the threats that society imposes, and the opportunities available to men and...
Sex as an instinct in humans
By: M. J. Joachim
It is a topic of certain discomfort, yet one that probably needs to be discussed. Humans are not immune to the instincts of sex, and in fact, they often rely on those drives a little more than they should. You see sexual desire is...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The classic forms of experimental design in scientific research include the completely randomized design, the quasi experiment, and the non experiment. These classic forms are based on the principles of (1) being able to insure that only random selection, and no other factor, bias or...
Sexual intimacy and its hidden beauty
By: M. J. Joachim
Sex, that exhilarating, energizing activity that is plastered all over the world has been misrepresented for far too long. It is not, nor has it ever been about cold, calculating satisfaction, brutally taken in the throes of violence and ruthless passion. Sex is sorely...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A statistical model describes relationships between variables. Does one thing change another? Does one thing relate to another? Is something different from another in a fixed way? Can a large population be expected to follow along the same lines as a sample? The first important...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Homelessness in the United States is a politically enabled role so an individual has no right or chance to own private property. Physics of homelessness might be considered from several angles off course. How does a homeless individual exist in the social environment-sleeping under...
How hate groups infiltrate society
By: M. J. Joachim
It starts out innocently enough. One little controversial email makes its way to you, and you have an opinion about who is right and who is wrong. The message is a warning that if something isn't done, all hell will break loose, and terror will...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The basic statistical methods are used to establish the soundness of a basic cause and effect hypothesis. There are tests for internal and external validity of data in supporting the hypothesis, whether a sample population is representative of a whole, and the strength of the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The driving philosophy of Max Weber, when it came to research was this: "statements of fact are one thing, statements of value another, and any confusing of the two is impermissible". 1 The problems with Weber's conceptual framework lie in the ambiguity of his explanations...

 

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