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  • Social Sciences
    Other things to consider: * Reduces international poverty * Contributes to the spread of technology * Adds to the profitability of companies and corporations * Builds stronger trade ties and...

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    The advantages of computers are quite clear. With computers, you can ask this question and I can answer it. That helps both of us. With computers and the internet, businesses can sell their...

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    The internet can be both helpful and hindering to people of all ages. For children, the internet provides a vast library of knowledge. Students literally have the world at their fingertips. Any...

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    Of course it all depends upon which level of happiness one is speaking of when asking if money can buy happiness. On the most basic levels, money most definitiely can buy happiness. It is genuine...

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    Can I be completely honest with you? How interested are you (really) in global warming? How interested is anyone, at this point? It is one of the most overly debated topics in society right now,...

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    The reason for the shape of the Production Possibilities Curve (PPC) is something called the law of increasing opportunity costs. Basically, what this means is that as an economy devotes more of...

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    My grandmother on my father's side is the person who inspired me more than anyone. She thought I could do no wrong, and I have taken the confidence she inspired in me throughout my life. I can...

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    The role of women is something that varies significantly across the world today. However, we can generally say that women's roles have been expanded from what they traditionally were in the past....

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    You will need to consider your involvement in various organizations and activities, and then look at how you participated in them. Ask yourself what your role was and then decide if you "took the...

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  • Sociology
    The sociological perspective is a perspective on human behavior and its connection to society as a whole. It invites us to look for the connections between the behavior of individual people and...

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    Verbal communication is face-to-face conversation between people. It includes sounds, words, or speaking. Tone of voice, volume, and pitch are all ways to effectively communicate verbally....

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    I do think there are some negative effects of globalization, but most of them are positive. For example, in an oppressed society getting information about other cultures convinces the people that...

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    Well, one aspect of myths that cannot be denied is that they are ubiquitous across all countries and cultures. Every society has its own form of myths, and interestingly, often these different...

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  • Social Sciences
    Globalization is the process where the economies of various countries in the world become more and more connected to one another. In a globalized economy, people from one country can buy goods...

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    If this topic is for an argumentative paper, you need to take a stance. Examples may be...Abortion has become common in America, and/but(write whether you support it or are against it here)....

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    Pop-culture today encompasses nearly everything that is going on right now in our culture. Tack on to this the idea that "nothing is new under the sun" and well, you can see how huge this question...

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  • Social Sciences
    Social structures exist in all societies and have an effect on how humans operate within society. These structures make up our society in which we live and are very organized. Most people do not...

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  • War
    The negative effects of war are, of course, death and destruction. Millions can die in big wars like WWII. Cities can be devastated, hurting a country’s economy. These things cause terrible...

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    Life is a school; we never stop learning. The 12-20 years that we spend in a classroom are only part of the learning process that begins the moment we are born and ends when we die. And to some,...

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  • Social Sciences
    Government takes many forms around the world, but its basic functions in every society are to determine and enforce the policies of the State. In America, as in most other countries, there is a...

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    The main reason why it is important to study the social sciences is because a knowledge of the social sciences can help us improve our societies. When we study the social sciences, we are studying...

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    In my opinion, sociology is useful because it gives us another way of understanding society and why people do what they do. If it were not for sociology, we would have only psychology for...

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    This is a good question. The significance of a study can be measured by how important a study is. To put it another way, some studies are more important than other studies. To be able to grasp...

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    For the Mesopotamian the afterlife was not particularly pleasant. They believed that life after death meant a descent into an underworld ruled by the god Nergal. They lived particularly difficult...

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    Typically, people who want to be social workers want to go into that profession because they like to help people. Social work is a profession in which a worker gets to try to help people who are...

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  • Social Sciences
    First, please note that economics texts sometimes refer to only three types of unemployment. The fourth, seasonal unemployment, is sometimes omitted. When we are using a four-type typology, we...

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  • Social Sciences
    In order to answer this, we must first understand what modernization is. Modernization, in social sciences terminology, is the process by which a country moves from having a traditional, agrarian,...

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  • Social Sciences
    You, as a teenager yourself, may well have different answers than those of us who are well past our teen years. From my perspective, looking back at my teen years, I see that there were good and...

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  • Social Sciences
    The sociologist Robert Merton proposed that social institutions such as education in schools have functions that are both manifest and latent. The manifest functions are the ones that society...

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    Jamestown, Virginia’s absolute location is 37.2267° N latitude, 76.7863° W longitude. It was established on a peninsula fifty miles up the James River from the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The...

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  • Social Sciences
    "Take nothing but pictures.Leave nothing but footprints.Kill nothing but time." This quote was the motto of the Baltimore Grotto, a caving society and it is part of the "Leave No Trace"...

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  • Social Sciences
    When we are born, we are not born with a set of values and expectations, so we learn them from our parents or adults who raise us, primarily. We learn not only through these adults teaching us, we...

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  • Social Sciences
    Every relationship has issues like this. I call them "deal-breakers." Like Post #2 said, it doesn't really matter if you are being controlling or not. A smoking habit could be considered as...

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  • Social Sciences
    In order to understand what Gardiner means when he says that liberty involves a social contract and not just personal liberty, think about what he says later in the essay. Later in the essay, he...

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    Of course this will depend a great deal on your own personal life, which is surely different from my own. The main roles I play in life are husband and father. These two roles take very different...

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    I know it is very difficult to imagine what life must have been like before telephones, text messaging and emails. However, communication between people living in separate cities or states was...

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    In a sense, this depends on what we mean by "democracy." If we mean the ideal of 18th century democracy the main problem is as it has always been, the balancing of the individual's freedom against...

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    These are interesting concepts. Communication is inevitable: Think about the times that you have made judgments about others when they weren't attempting to overtly communicate with you at all....

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  • Social Sciences
    Corruption is a reality in the political and social settings of modernity. There is no doubt that it is present in both domains. Socially, I think that there is a resurgence of economic...

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  • Social Sciences
    Social structure refers to the way a society is organized. It is about the way that various parts of society fit together and work together. Different scholars identify differen elements of a...

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    The true meaning of friendship is when you consider the other person's well-being to be as valuable as your own. If you feel this way about a person, you are truly their friend. If you consider...

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  • Social Sciences
    Liberalism and realism are two of the most important theories in the field of International Relations. They are different from one another in a number of ways. Let us look at a few of the most...

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    Confucianism and Taoism are both philosophies which began in China. Neither were apparently originally intended to be religions per se, but they have been treated as such by many adherants and...

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    This is a good question and the most important point is to realize that music creates and shapes culture and culture creates and shapes music. There is a circular relationship. Let me give you a...

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    I think that this is generally true, but not in all cases. Our family is definitely the most important group of people in our lives as we grow up. They give us our basic education -- both academic...

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  • Social Sciences
    The major advantage is that the country gets new and usually very motivated workers. Depending on the country's policies, it can get people who are needed for specific kinds of jobs (Australia and...

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    Teachers and counselors actually use critical thinking on a daily and sometimes hourly basis, as we assess how well our lessons or opportunities for conflict-resolution are working, and what we can...

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  • Social Sciences
    Unemployment, if it is high enough, can have many impacts on society. These impacts can be economic, but they can also be seen in areas like crime and the family. The most obvious impact of...

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    All teachers (at least in the state where I live) are required to study child psychology, which includes child development. The reason for this is that we need to understand the ways in which...

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  • Social Sciences
    Business is extremely important to a country’s economy because businesses provide both goods and services and jobs. Businesses do these things much more efficiently than individuals could on...

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