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  • So much faith and perfection is put into these ceremonies that even one slip of the tongue in a recitation, one omission of a word, one stumble in a dance, can discredit the performer and bring misfortune for the entire village and a failed crop for the year.

    Ancient Hopi Rituals and Ceremonies

    Ancient Hopi Rituals and Ceremonies

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns32

  • Historically the law of torts, consisting of the right of one person to sue another, is a fairly recent development, as is the intent of a defendant, as well as his act

    Evolution of Tort Law

    Evolution of Tort Law

    by Colleen Swan21

  • After reading this article, you will have an understanding of what Cambridge Analytica is. It describes the roles of the key players and how they collected and analysed big data to influence not only groups of potential Trump voters, but also targeted individuals based on their Facebook profiles.

    Cambridge Analytica:  What is it?  How did it start, and Where is it going?

    Cambridge Analytica: What is it? How did it start, and Where is it going?

    by Mike Russo48

  • The use of IQ tests to prove that immigrants and minorities were inferior to the white majority is discussed. The roles of Binet, Terman, Goddard and Yerkes in the Eugenics Movement are considered.

    Intelligence Testing and the Beginning of Eugenics

    Intelligence Testing and the Beginning of Eugenics

    by Natalie Frank7

  • There are many forms of government, and the different forms are often intermingled. Learn about monarchy, oligarchy, fascism, communism, and a few others you probably never heard of.

    What Are the Various Forms of Governments?

    What Are the Various Forms of Governments?

    by Catherine Giordano21

  • Who wants high-tech instruments, algorithms, and forecast models when all you need to know is that a plentiful crop of pine cones means a harsh winter is coming? Or not.

    Weather Folklore

    Weather Folklore

    by Rupert Taylor2

  • Some modern critics disparage fairy tales for their depiction of women. But, the truth is that fairy tales are complex with much to offer women of any age.

    The Divine Feminine in Fairy Tales

    The Divine Feminine in Fairy Tales

    by Carolyn Emerick12

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  • Despite much furor about European language policy, there is inadequate information concerning its translation and actual functioning. Crossing Barriers and Bridging Cultures helps to correct such a defect.

    Multilingual Translation for the European Union

    Multilingual Translation for the European Union

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • Ghana has myths ingrained in its society and directs the way of life and behavior of its people. Some of these myths have evidence to back them up and serve as sacred and tourist attraction sites.

    Six Amazing Ghanaian Myths and Legends

    Six Amazing Ghanaian Myths and Legends

    by C Amoabeng1

  • Join me in my quest to find out, at last, who really stole the cookies from the cookie jar. There is a sure way to ID that little rascal! Exploring microexpression analysis and how to spot a liar.

    Lying and Microexpressions: Catching a Thief

    Lying and Microexpressions: Catching a Thief

    by Pilar22

  • After a partnership businesses operated for some and want to dissolute them for some reasons, there are some points to be be considered before the dissolution is concluded with just and equitable terms for the partners.

    Dissolution of Partnership Businesses

    Dissolution of Partnership Businesses

    by Mek Hepela Kamongmenan2

  • A central aspect of Irish folklore is the wealth of traditional beliefs and superstitions which have been held by Irish people over the centuries. Many of these beliefs can be traced to Celtic traditions which the Catholic church failed to...

    Irish Folklore: Traditional Beliefs and Superstitions

    Irish Folklore: Traditional Beliefs and Superstitions

    by Marie McKeown21

  • This article discusses the development of criminal law, from inception as an act in itself, towards understanding that both intent and act are vital to the judicial view of the commission of a crime

    Evolution of Criminal Law

    Evolution of Criminal Law

    by Colleen Swan18

  • "Emerging Adult” is now recognized as a life-stage occurring after the teen-aged years and before full adulthood. What are the characteristics, problems, and advantages of these years?

    The Emerging Adult: The Life Stage of 20-Somethings

    The Emerging Adult: The Life Stage of 20-Somethings

    by Catherine Giordano22

  • A totem is a natural object that has special meaning for that person. Butterflies are a favorite totem for many people. Read more to find out about butterflies and the meaning of their colors.

    Butterflies: Symbols of Life and Hope

    Butterflies: Symbols of Life and Hope

    by Denise Handlon116

  • Release from prison should give a convict a second chance to build a new life; unfortunately, some see it as a second opportunity to create more mayhem?

    Killers Who Kill Again

    Killers Who Kill Again

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • The cognitive science of religion tries to understand the psychology of religious belief and behavior. This article summarizes important research and findings.

    The Cognitive Science of Religion

    The Cognitive Science of Religion

    by Thomas Swan81

  • Feral children have fascinated us for millennia. We've concoted many fanciful stories of children who have lived and survived in the wild. But this hub reveals that there is substantial truth behind the myths and the legends. In this hub, you'll meet the real Mowgli's and Tarzan's and learn how they survived, how they were rescued, and whether they were successfully rehabiliated...

    Feral Children: Fact or Fiction?

    Feral Children: Fact or Fiction?

    by James Kenny39

  • Culture goes far beyond race and ethnicity. Raising cultural awareness is essential to accepting and respecting those cultures that may be different from our own.

    How to Accept and Respect Other Cultures

    How to Accept and Respect Other Cultures

    by LQWILLIams4

  • In the folklore and mythology of every culture there have been stories and legends of giants. Were the myths based on facts or were the facts exaggerated into mythological legends over time?

    Human Giants in Lore, Myth, and Life

    Human Giants in Lore, Myth, and Life

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns21

  • The Amish life is steeped in tradition and an adherence to the teachings of the bible. With a culture that goes back 400 years, there are many surprising traditions and beliefs that exist in stark contrast to modern day life.

    10 Amish Ways of Life that May Surprise You

    10 Amish Ways of Life that May Surprise You

    by Tracy Lynn Conway46

  • INFJ, intuitive, feelers, funny people, smart people, Myers Brigg, Billy Crystal, Jamie Foxx, humanitarians, counselors, super creative people, you know.

    24 Struggles All INFJs can Understand

    24 Struggles All INFJs can Understand

    by Andrea Lawrence76

  • Serena, 3, and Sophia Campione, 19 months, were drowned in a bathtub by their own mother. This is an account of the events surrounding the murders including home videos and footage of a police interview.

    Parents Who Kill: Elaine Campione Drowned Her Daughters

    Parents Who Kill: Elaine Campione Drowned Her Daughters

    by Antonia Monacelli12

  • A brilliant sociological examination of Lin Village in Fujian Province in China, this book reads more like a richly characterized novel than a dry sociological work.

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • The advantages and disadvantages of the democratic system of government in the form of pros and cons lists.

    Pros and Cons of Democracy

    Pros and Cons of Democracy

    by Paul Goodman39

  • Is religion wishful thinking? This work summarizes the experimental evidence, and incorporates comfort theories into the cognitive science of religion.

    Comfort Theories of Religion

    Comfort Theories of Religion

    by Thomas Swan27

  • Americans are simply in love with England. They just can't help themselves! There are many reasons to love England, but here are the top fifteen, from the accents to the royalty to the literature.

    Top 15 Reasons Why Americans Love England

    Top 15 Reasons Why Americans Love England

    by Rose West523

  • Have you ever noticed the rabbit in the moon? Are you familiar with the Moon Rabbit, or Jade Rabbit as it's sometimes called? "The Moon Rabbit In Legend and Culture" is dedicated to that big bunny pounding away in its pestle!

    The Moon Rabbit in Legend and Culture

    The Moon Rabbit in Legend and Culture

    by truefaith78

  • The INTJ women is the most unique woman of all types when it comes to Myers-Briggs. Learning what makes her tick and how to get close to her takes some expertise.

    INTJ Women: A Rare Myers-Briggs Category

    INTJ Women: A Rare Myers-Briggs Category

    by Tessa Schlesinger154

  • Twenty percent of all women fit the ISFJ category in MBTI. She wants marriage and motherhood and she's good at it. Don't say something nasty to her. She's hyper-sensitive and she'll never forgive you.

    ISFJ women. The most common Myers Briggs category

    ISFJ women. The most common Myers Briggs category

    by Tessa Schlesinger5

  • The words 'Latin America' are used to describe the group of 21 countries (listed below) in the American continent where Latin languages are spoken. These countries are all located south of the US-Mexico border, starting with Mexico in North America,...

    What Is Latin America? Geography, Language and Culture Explained

    What Is Latin America? Geography, Language and Culture Explained

    by Marie McKeown94

  • This list will help you come up with your own, original sociology research topic. The top 11 sociological subjects are listed below with plenty of ideas for your research.

    Great Sociology Research Topics

    Great Sociology Research Topics

    by Brittany Kennedy76

  • Finfolk are an unsual breed of mythological creatures unique to Orkney and Shetland Islands. Similar to Mermaids and other mythic sea creatures. And connections to Norse mythology.

    The Finfolk of Orkney Folklore

    The Finfolk of Orkney Folklore

    by Carolyn Emerick9

  • It was the summer of 1968 in Scotswood, a community north of London in England. Martin Brown's lifeless body was discovered lying on the floor inside a boarded-up, condemned house, with blood and saliva trickling down his cheek. With no obvious...

    Murderous Children: 11-Year-Old Serial Killer Mary Bell

    Murderous Children: 11-Year-Old Serial Killer Mary Bell

    by Antonia Monacelli81

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