Chaos theory and sociology
By: Ray Burke
Chaos: The law of unintended attraction There you are sitting at your desk. It’s peaceful and you have a little time to read or catch up on your to-do list. Then all of a sudden there’s someone in front of you with several...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Imagine the apartment building that was designed in a way that made the residents rush to get through the door and to get it closed and locked. This is because the building was designed and situated in a way that made it easy for robbers...
The importance of public transportation
By: Dyan Kristine Miranda
A US Congressman once proclaimed that, “There can be no doubt that the transportation sector is the most critical sector of our economy.” I know exactly what he means. In this day and age, access to transportation is considered a necessity. Public transportation...
Factors that influence shopping behaviors
By: Theresa Ann White
Are you a spendthrift or a tightwad? According to an expert in the theory of consumer shopping, these two descriptions can affect how much you spend on your shopping trips. But these characteristics are significantly influenced by the idea of a “purchase pain” threshold...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Conspiracy theories never achieve the status of greatness unless some fabulous mythology surrounds them. Mythology can come from adding on locations where a conspiracy of one allegedly occurred. Government myths are essential for any good government conspiracy theory. Religious mythology is always handy for ancient...
By: Jason Caravaggio
Once upon a time, it was always the male who took on the role of provider for the family unit in North America. Providing always meant earning income at a 9-5 job from Monday to Friday, leaving the woman of the house to stay home...
By: Stephanie Davis - 533221
Women have been the subject of stereotypes for centuries and have evolved dramatically over the past century.The women's liberation movement of the 1960s and 1970s did alot to change the stereotypes of women. Before this movement women have traditionally been thought of as the...
Understanding women stereotypes before and after women's lib
By: Freyda Tartak
Feminism is a concept that has its roots deeply embedded in human history. As far back as pre-Ancient Greek Gods, their society was ruled by female worship. However, humans being humans, all things are cyclical. In large part this is due to a struggle for...
Common statistical methods used in a research design
By: Robert Grice
Common statistical methods used in a research design One of the courses I dreaded above all others in graduate school was research statistics. I have never been a strong student in math and my limited exposure to statistics only struck confusion in my mind and...
The difference between qualitative and quantitative social research
By: Jim McGrath
While many graduate students think of a formal research study as an exercise in quantitative analysis, there is a growing movement inspired by a new generation of scholars which is causing researchers to consider the option of conducting a study using qualitative analysis to gather...

 

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