How people become criminals
By: Christyl Rivers
Human beings seek connection. If we cannot find a way to “belong” in socially acceptable ways, we seek anti-social, also known as “criminal” ways to belong. Our human weaknesses have origins in our biology as social creatures. It is our new brains, however...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is impossible to find a comprehensive and universally acceptable program that applies to all schools in the vast and diverse complex of American schools. Any discussion of school violence and the changes to environment that are effective in reducing it will offer up competing...
By: Sam E. Jones
There have been many studies done on how alcoholism affects families, and there are probably as many outcomes as there are families in the studies. To write about how alcoholism affects families, I can only go by what I learned growing up with an alcoholic...
Cyberbullying is Harmful
By: Helena Whyte
Yes, cyberbullying is as harmful as harassment and hazing. Recent publications regarding teen suicides support the conclusion that cyberbullying may be more harmful than harassment or hazing. Harassment leads to hostile hallways in school and in the work place. Cyberbullying makes the victim feel unsafe...
By: D. Vogt
The difference between the nuclear family and the extended family is that a nuclear family refers to a single basic family unit of parents and their children, whereas the extended family refers to their relatives, as well - such as grandparents, in-laws, aunts and uncles...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Four obvious origins of violence in education can be identified. Increased violence in society as a while, violent teachers and school officials, violence in the children's homes and violence from outsiders who view schools as open sources of victims are the most common conditions that...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The bottom line is that most humans never live the lives that are presented by the news media, by academics or by travellers. There is no universal description of life experience or lifestyle that can be relied upon to describe all members of a family...
By: Elizabeth M Young
One of the most common techniques of the film or television detective is to "follow the money!" This means that motive, means and opportunity in a crime usually relate, in one way or another, to money. Someone had the money; someone wanted the money...
How the ability to afford health care varies from family to family
By: Sam E. Jones
It’s no secret that there are differences in both the ability to pay for health care from family to family, and in the types and kinds of health care that are offered and available to people who live under different financial circumstances. What’s...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Violence in education is actually lower in the new century, having decreased significantly since the 1990s. There are many programs and policies that have served to cause a lowering of school violence, while other forms of violence, such as emotional and physical bullying have the...

 

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