Why does society believe in conspiracy theories?
By: Adele Gregory
As our hero is manhandled into the headquarters of the sinister organization he’s been investigating, he finally comes face-to-face with Mr. Big who is – wait for it – the trusted government official who was his friend and mentor. Conspiracy is the theme of...
Criminals in society: Looking for solutions
By: Christyl Rivers
Taking Out the Criminal Garbage The only way to solve crime is help people understand that criminals are human. When we recognize that all of us who think ourselves superior to others, are delusional, that the nicest guy in town can become a Nazi overnight...
By: Elizabeth M Young
One of the most horrifying events to witness was a cell-phone video of a teacher who worked her way toward a child, hunched over and almost making a sadistic game of threatening to attack the child. The teacher, Sherri Lynn Davis of Houston, then proceeded...
By: Elizabeth M Young
To better understand how cooperatives and corporations are different, it helps to review the most common types of business partnerships. There are three types of business: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and the newest form the Limited Liability Corporation or LLC. Of the corporations, there are...
Subtle and hidden racism: Confronting a covert enemy
By: Sabrina Dawkins
Covert racism is the hidden form of racism that eludes confrontation. After all, if the behavior cannot be decisively labeled racist, then no offended party exists, no discussion needs to take place and no apologies need to be given. Therefore, covert racism is the perfect...
By: Elizabeth M Young
There are plenty of positive peer cultures in existence and in great form today. There are church or temple related groups, community programs of after school organized and supervised activities and there are in-school organizations that have existed for generations. For poor and disadvantaged youth...
The impact of divorce on the family
By: Priscilla Benfield
Divorce changes everything within a family. What used to be an intact family unit is now broken apart and life will never be the same again. Life is about change but the changes that occur when a divorce happens are sometimes devastating. Emotionally it threatens...
Factors that influence emotional development
By: David Goodwyne
There are many factors that can influence the emotional development of a human being. First of all, before one even considers these factors, it is important to understand at the very core what exactly amounts to "emotional development". Emotional development, unlike physical development, is very...
Factors that influence emotional development
By: Adele Gregory
Feelings are with us from birth, perhaps even before. In their purest form emotions such as frustration, joy, sadness, disgust etc don’t change much over the years. What does change, however, and what we think of as “emotional development” is how people come...
Religion: A functionalist assessment
By: Peter Tully
Functionalists believe that religion is beneficial for both society as a whole and it’s individual members, for example it unifies society, which in turn gives each individual member a source of support when they need it. However some theorists disagree with the functionalist ideology...

 

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