By: Elizabeth M Young
Social work is one of the most chaotic and complicated matters in the sciences, especially when it comes to measuring success of a program or venture that involves changing human nature, opportunity, resources and decision making. These days, corporate and political entities are engaging in...
By: Lenna Gonya
Planned communities were designed to be examples of ideal living conditions, a utopia of neat homes, clean streets, manicured lawns, and safe environments. They are the brain child of architects who visualize what a perfect life should look like. They are often the response to...
By: Lenna Gonya
The history of the suburbs in America dates back to the post WW II era. Soldiers returned from war, married, and wanted to buy a home. What they didn’t want was a home in the inner city. In a time when people either lived...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Being hip is a state of being that requires intelligence, creativity, an imagination, curiousity and action. Hipness is, far too often, confused with having the money and access to the latest in "hip" uniforms and structured activity. That is just spending money, being high maintenance...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Suburbia provided a backing away from the hard choices between compressed urban and isolated country living. The American suburb is a happy medium, where the population density per square mile allows people to have their own little space on the planet, while not living on...
By: Renita Martin
Simply put, a criminal is a person who commits a crime. He or she does something that is not allowed by law. What actions are considered crimes is determined by various government entities, whether those governments be federal, state, or local. Laws are enacted due...
By: William Menna
Differential association theory is one of the Chicago School criminological theories that embraced a sociological approach to analyzing criminality. The theory was finalized by University of Chicago sociologist Edwin Sutherland in 1947 as one of the first to take a major turn away from the...
What is absolute poverty?
By: Milton Johanides
Absolute poverty is a relative term which describes the condition of a section of the population when compared to the majority. What constitutes absolute poverty may vary from generation to generation as the conditions for a minimum level of subsistence changes. For instance it may...
By: Suzanne Rose
People drink alcohol for a variety of different reasons. Understanding these can help people address any problems they may have. These factors affect people differently and may include the following. Pressure from friends Some people, especially teens, may drink because they get pressure from others...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is so easy to drift into other worlds of thinking despite our best efforts to listen to another person. It is not so easy sometimes to verbalize what it is that we want to say. It is often quite a skill to consistently dominate...

 

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