By: Elizabeth M Young
It is far too easy to view discipline strictly in terms of punishment, especially in early socialization or in fields where full immersion into specialized social environments is involved. But discipline comes in a more complex form than the mere act of providing negative consequences...
By: Cody Hodge
When it comes to being socialized, there is nothing more important than discipline to achieve this goal. The real point of socialization is to introduce the person to the rules and norms of a society. Whether it be the type of socialization that you have...
By: Cody Hodge
Socialization is what we all go through in our lives, and sometimes we go through more than once depending on what conditions you might be living under. Socialization in itself isn't a bad thing really. We all need to learn how to be a functioning...
By: William J. Stevens
Functionalism is often viewed as the polar opposite to Marxism, a form of conservative ideology. It is unsurprising then that as Marxism views crime within its general critique of capitalism, functionalists emphasize the positive role that crime may have within the social system. However both...
By: Bruce Kriger
Any issue concerning human society can be analyzed from two perspectives: from the individual point of view and from the point of view of society itself. Usually when we deal with organizing different systems we don't take into account the interests of the individual units...
By: William J. Stevens
The establishment of sociology saw the dominance of structural theories, perspectives that assume man is the product of society and its institutions. Within this structural paradigm two competing forces emerged; those who claim consensus forms the basis of society, and those who assert that it...
By: Leigh Goessl
Social engineering is a way to deceive or manipulate people by preying on them. The social engineer relies upon using psychological and physical techniques to control the behavior of others or to manipulate their victims into abiding to their desires.The accomplished social engineer has...
By: Jyoti Pandey
Sometime back, I came across a statement which goes like " living a fantasy is better than living an act" What exactly does it mean!? I was bewildered for a moment thinking why are people so afraid of facing the reality? Why do they fancy...
By: Nathan H
"What is this "black" in black popular culture?" in Social Justice By Stuart Hall. Spring-Summer 1993 v. 20, pp. 104-111.One overall review of Hall's work is found in "Itinerary of a Thought: Stuart Hall, Cultural Studies, and the Unresolved Problem of the Relation...
By: Thomas Rix
There are many reasons to fear technology. Everyday we abuse the environment to create new tools, new tools allow us to live longer and in better health. Longer lives mean we need more food to feed the surplus population and the world groans under the...

 

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