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  • Sociology, the systematic study of social behavior and society through the scientific method, has not always been recognized as a formal discipline. The beginnings of sociology go back to Ancient Greece where Aristotle developed the first system of...

    Analysis of How Sociology Developed as an Academic Discipline

    Analysis of How Sociology Developed as an Academic Discipline

    by pattygayle0

  • An analysis of utopian and dystopian literature as well as some real-world attempts at creating utopian societies during the Protestant Reformation. I also have a summary of modern day utopias.

    Analyzing Utopian and Dystopian Societies

    Analyzing Utopian and Dystopian Societies

    by JourneyHolm7

  • There are many different feminist frameworks. This article outlines the various perspectives, theories, applications, and criticisms of "feminist theory," which is relevant to social work practice.

    Feminist Theory Explained

    Feminist Theory Explained

    by Crystal Gordon0

  • A group of American hunters were murdered in the Canadian wilderness, and a local woodsman and guide was fingered for the crime. But did he do it?

    Did Justice Fail Wilbert Coffin?

    Did Justice Fail Wilbert Coffin?

    by Rupert Taylor5

  • People text while stepping into traffic, they spend money at casinos and race tracks thinking they are going to win, and they run with the bulls in Pamplona.

    The World of Stupidity

    The World of Stupidity

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • 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

  • This list is a collection of five of the best sociological books out there. This list does not include textbooks or readers, but rather, books that one would read outside of the classroom. Scroll down to explore the fascinating world of sociology and culture.

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    Five Must-Read Sociology Books

    by Brittany Kennedy10

  • Social Capital Theory is concerned with the nature, structure, and resources embedded in a person’s network of relationships (Seibert et al, 2001; Granovetter, 1973; Burt, 1992; Lin, Ensel, & Vaughn, 1981a, 1981h). Social Exchange Theory is...

    Integrating Social Capital Theory and Social Exchange Theory

    Integrating Social Capital Theory and Social Exchange Theory

    by ecoggins0

  • A scholarly article analysing the intricate relations of power and knowledge as put forward by Michel Foucault in his books "Discipline and Punish" and "The History of Sexuality"

    Power: Knowledge Equations in Michel Foucault

    Power: Knowledge Equations in Michel Foucault

    by Monami0

  • What makes a male a male? What makes a female a female? You may be surprised to learn that the answers to these questions vary from culture to culture.

    Gender Schema Theory

    Gender Schema Theory

    by LQWILLIams3

  • In online discussion, proper argumentation has practically been replaced by the use of memes or meme-driven statements. Why are communities such as atheists increasingly relying on memes as arguments?

    Atheists and the Use of Memes as Arguments

    Atheists and the Use of Memes as Arguments

    by Joel Furches3

  • A questionnaire refers to a device for securing answers to questions by using a form which the respondent fills in by himself. It consists of a number of questions printed or typed in a definite order. A schedule is a structure of set of questions on a given topic which are asked by the interviewer or investigator personally.

    What Is

    What Is "Schedule" and "Questionnaire" in Research Methodology

    by Dilip Chandra6

  • In the 19th century, two philosophies struggled for supremacy. They were Marxism and transcendentalism. Marxism takes a materialist view of the cosmos, while transcendentalism takes a more, what can be called, mystical view coupled with naturalism. Both have the element of concern for their fellow human beings. The approach each has is different.

    Transcendentalism and Marxism

    Transcendentalism and Marxism

    by William J. Prest13

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