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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • 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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  • Social Sciences
    One of the most important advantages of social media is certainly the speed and efficiency in which it allows communication between people. For example, in the 2013 protests which took place in...

    Asked by Natalie Saaris on via web

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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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  • Social Sciences
    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)....

    Asked by babyhank on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    I do not think any one person inspired me greatly. My parents, of course, helped me want to make something of myself, but the did not inspire me in the sense that I looked at them and said...

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  • Social Sciences
    The treaty of Versailles was signed between Germany and the Allied powers (the United States, Britain, France, Italy and Japan) on 28 June 1919 and brought an official end to World War I. Some of...

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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • 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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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    The media sometimes influences public opinion by reporting public opinion. One of my mom's favorite stories involves the first election she planned to vote. She had never been politically active,...

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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    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...

    Asked by adesanmi on via web

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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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  • 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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  • Social Sciences
    Strategy 1: Make Yourself Marketable Make yourself more marketable by expanding your skill set and area of expertise. This can be done by volunteering or seeking out internships in your prospective...

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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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  • Social Sciences
    Great question, a tiny bit difficult to answer. I think that a person's answer to this question would change as they mature and grow older. Someone in their early 20's may want to live in a big...

    Asked by dollfacecraze on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    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
    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
    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
    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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  • Social Sciences
    You could probably write a book about the adverse effects of unemployment in a capitalistic society. What drives the machine of capitalism? It is a demand for goods and services and a return on...

    Asked by priyanka1980 on via web

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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,...

    Asked by b_rogers1101 on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    Emile Durkheim, a French sociologist, published his book Suicide (Le Suicide) in 1897. In this book Durkheim defined the four different types of suicide and their grounding in societal factors not...

    Asked by anythingbutteri on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    There are many ways that parents can influence their children. I would say that these tend to fall into two categories -- children can choose to pattern themselves after what they see their...

    Asked by jkash1 on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    Race and ethnicity in some ways go together. An ethnic group is a group that has a distinct culture of its own. It tends to be a group that shares an ancestral heritage. A race, is defined more...

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  • Social Sciences
    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...

    Asked by marianac on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    The most famous of the speeches from Martin Luther King, Jnr is the "I have a dream" speech, delivered at the March on Washington in 1963. Best heard spoken, it demonstrates the power King had...

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  • Social Sciences
    The major positive to conformity would be the fact that people who conform generally do not run the risk of being ostracized by their peers. People who act in "normal" ways tend to be pretty well...

    Asked by shadowdeam on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    The concept of a person centered approach is that the client is the best expert on themselves and is best able to help heal themselves. This is the opposite of the medical approach in which the...

    Asked by clevergloggs on via web

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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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  • Social Sciences
    To speak very generally, some people like to argue that sports can take the place of warfare, allowing distinctly different peoples a chance to confront one another in non-violent ways. This may be...

    Asked by celestinehanrocks on via web

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  • Linguistics and Psychoanalysis
    A lexeme is the smallest semantic language unit. This may sound complicated, but in fact any word with meaning constitutes the voiced or written expression of a lexeme. What is the difference...

    Asked by hanan70 on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    The term government has many meanings. In its most popular usage it refers to the system of managing the affairs of a large political unit such as a nation, a state, a province, a county, a city,...

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  • Social Sciences
    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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  • Social Sciences
    The phrase "The girl next door" is in reference to the attainable, average, every-day gal. The girl next door is who you went to school with, who you played with, and who you can ask to dinner...

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  • Social Sciences
    While a customs union and a free trade area are similar in some ways, they are also different. A customs union represents a higher level of economic integration than a free trade area does. A free...

    Asked by lilylee on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    The quote that you are asking about comes from Henry David Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience. The main thrust of the quote is the idea that government should not intervene in the lives of its...

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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
    There are a whole ton of ways that you can show citizenship, in my opinion. If you are old enough, you can vote. You can join a club or civic organization. You can volunteer at any number of...

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  • Social Sciences
    The major weakness of Marxism is that it does not seem to work in the real world. This is because it does not take into account the essential greediness and selfishness of the human being....

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  • Social Sciences
    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...

    Asked by cookiefoo on via web

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  • Social Sciences
    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
    Different people might see different similarities between these systems, depending on the exact definitions that they are using. I suggest that you consult your textbook and/or your class notes to...

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  • Personality
    Projective personality tests are very open ended - an example of a projective personality test is the classic inkblot test. The benefits of using projective personality tests is that they can help...

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