By: Elizabeth M Young
Julian B. Rotter was exposed to social injustice and became interested in the situation and environment's effects on the individual. In school, he developed an interest in psychology and studied and worked extensively to earn his PhD, and to work as a clinician and in...
By: Kris Koments
Regrettably, the desecrating effects of this global crisis replenished with famine, drought and malady is not unfamiliar. We hear reports of deprivation, see the dying corpses of those a million miles away and absently look on as lifeless eyes bleed their pain into our dining...
Basic sociological concepts: Society, culture and social structure
By: Ronald Perez
Order and Chaos Look at any system from a certain angle and it appears to be nothing more than chaos; look at it from another angle and it appears to be order. If we stand back far enough, everything appears to be working in unison...
By: Elizabeth M Young
One of the most frustrating pursuits has been the attempt to find commonality of behavioral patterns, motivational causes, past history and other features of serial killers. But one clear distinction among serial killers is their pattern of organization or disorganization. This is determined at the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Hate groups are as any dysfunctional group. The participants must make livings at workplaces that may not tolerate them expressing their true natures. Hate groups are active and functioning in the military, which is wrongly believed to be a sacred and well controlled segment of...
Why is race a myth?
By: Parker Stegmaier
Introduction Race has been one of the most influential issues in American society since its beginning. The purpose of this essay is to explore how race as a social construction came to be, my own experiences with race, and whether or not we are living...
People-watching: More than a pastime
By: Dan Hiland - 512667
People-watching is one of those no-cost pastimes that anyone can engage in- unless one becomes emotionally involved. And the surest way to become emotionally involved is to be in a bad mood when the activity begins. I should know better, but like all humans, I...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Urban and suburban areas differ greatly in the simplest of ways: Urban areas are built up while suburban areas are spread out. Urban areas have a far greater concentration of people within their boundaries while suburban areas have far more space per person. According to...
By: Cody Hodge
T-shirts can say a lot of things about us. They are almost like a walking billboard of the kind of personality that we have, and can be seen as somewhat of an expression of what we are. Whether or not this is an intentional expression...
By: Cody Hodge
In the early part of the 20th century, it was the employers that had all the leverage. They set the conditions, the pay, and the working hours. At some point the workers had decided that enough was enough and banded together to fight management. This...

 

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