By: Sarah Ganly
The use of sociometers in research data collection is a new way of using technology to get accurate and honest results from research. Collecting research information from observational studies can be difficult. Nonlinguistic information is not always easily perceived, but sociometers are a valuable tool...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The middle class is generally defined as those who make the median income, or who are at the middle, in between the highest and lowest of a nation or region's income range. But there are many ways in which people make incomes that qualify them...
The impact of religion on human behavior
By: Christyl Rivers
Humans have been worshiping gods for tens of thousands of years. Most indications are that early humans first attributed spirits to the many active forces they witnessed around them. Interestingly, this earliest worship is more supported by modern Biology, and the sciences that examine regulatory...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The World Trade Organization has many enemies and many controversies. As the international organization that is charged with making trade more liberal, serving as a forum for governments to negotiate trade agreements, "operating a system of trade rules", and settling trade disputes, the role and...
By: Annalyn Andriyenko
Emotion, a human feeling that dictates a complexity of one’s mind. An emotion is a feeling that we humans get from surrounding matter, biochemical experiences and anything that changes in our life at a sudden movement. Why do we have such a feeling and...
By: Annalyn Andriyenko
Our world, our whole society as people have taken up drinking alcohol as a social more for many centuries. Alcohol can be considered a drug if drank all the time and in some cases some people even need rehab for drinking too much. What is...
By: Fiona Mather
There are many factors that influence people to drink alcohol. Drinking to be sociable is one influence. This seems to be one reason people will give in reaction to the question - Why do you drink? Some people will say that they drink to unwind...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is easy to think of the perspectives of the Upper classes as being downward looking, since we often comprehend the upper classes as being "at the top" of stratified society. When we classify such individuals by systems of layering or of stratification, it is...
The Bretton Woods conference
By: D. Vogt
The Bretton Woods Conference was a major international conference held in New Hampshire in 1944. It led to the creation of the International Monetary Fund, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (now the World Bank), and, indirectly, to the General Agreement on Tariffs and...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sociology is the study of the workings of the whole person as the person interacts with society and with others. People are built by others. Their beliefs, values, norms, life experience, knowledge and traumas are at the hands of other people. It is impossible for...

 

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