By: Elizabeth M Young
There are two reasons why women in the labor force is an issue at all. Since the dawn of man, women have been more than capable of raising children while doing the labor required for survival, housing, creating textiles and even working away from the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The nuclear family is considered by many to be the normal or desired form of family structure, where there are two parents and their children. The isolated nuclear family is considered to be physically or emotionally isolated or distant from maternal and paternal grandparents, aunts...
How divorce affects children
By: Edgar Arold
Divorce not only affects the husband and wife involved, but it also can have an affect on the children. However, this is not an excuse for failure and in no way justifies a divorce that any of the children may have in the future. Everyone...
What is a statistical model?
By: Peter Flom
A statistical model is a mathematical representation of the relationship among variables. All models are simplifications of reality, the key question is whether the simplification adds to our knowledge and understanding of the world. Thus, a famous statistician named George Box once said that &ldquo...
Society and its people
By: PJ Settle
It was more than the skyline of New York City that was forever changed on that fateful day in September of 2001: The very fabric of this nation began to unravel. We've become prisoners to the fear that came out of the void left by...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
There are a whole number of reasons as to why people become criminals. Some of these reasons may make no sense at all to the common man or woman on the street. For instance, somebody may become a criminal even if they have been brought...
Social stratification: Difference between upper middle class and middle class
By: Saly Trebt
Upper- or Middle Class : where do you belong? Or: are we all middle class, or just pretending to be? In Wikipédia, middle class are "any class in the middle of a societal hierarchy. In Weberian socio-economic terms, the middle class is the broad...
Stereotyping vs. sociological hypothesis: The difference
By: Colette Georgii
Stereotyping is a term used by sociologists to describe aspects of racism, ethnocentrism, hate crimes, discrimination, and prejudice; whereas a sociological hypothesis refers to a statistical analysis and conclusion attempted in a scientific research design. A sociologist might use the term stereotyping in a research...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The propensity for most people to believe in conspiracy theories often comes less from the fact that a person favors conspiracy as a more desirable explanation for things and more from the way in which they take in information and come to conclusions based on...
By: Terry Smith
Deep down, whether we agree with them or not, we all love a good conspiracy theory. We love the intrigue that a good conspiracy sparks. The opportunity to argue our side in the debate and sneer at those that believe or not, depending which side...

 

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