You would think that the study of society and human relationships would come naturally—but research assignments on subjects like anthropology, psychology and sociology can often be the most challenging to write. Thankfully, you can conduct your own observations with, as you peruse our research documents.

  • Pay It Forward- Movie Reflection

    Pay It Forward -A Movie Reflection Professor Eugene Simonet placed a big challenge on his Social Studies students: Think of an idea to change our world-and put it into action. Majority of the students responded negatively to the challenge, finding it weird and hard, except Trevor

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  • Lincoln's Last Days

    What you need to know about me Hi, my name is Brian and unfortunately I'm pretty complicated. Here what you'll need know. Im layed back, I like pop and rock, I'm not all hyped up excited, I'm smart, I'm funny at appropriate times. I'm creative and as you may know after this piece

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  • Identifying Rhetorical Devices

    Identifying Rhetorical Devices One rhetorical device found in “Editorial for the special issue on cyberbullying” (2010) was weaseling. They used words like some, many, and most to make their claim seem valid but without taking responsibility if someone who belongs in the other category. These

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  • Action Research in English Subject

    eTech! eFuture! eHistory! An Action Research Report on Improving Writing Skills Rod Smith Shane Penrose Kate Whited Sandusky High School Submitted to Dr. Joanne Arhar Action Research in the Classroom 2 eTech! eFuture! eHistory! An Action Research Report on Improving Writing Skills

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  • Self Learning Material on Concept Mapping

    Concept Mapping in Social Science Structure: 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Objectives 1.2 Meaning and Purpose of Concept Mapping 1.3 Characteristics of Concept Mapping 1.4 Types of Concept mapping 1.5 Steps for Designing Concept Mapping in Social Science 1.6 Considerations for Good Concept Map

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  • Unemployment Rate

    British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences ISSN: 2046-9578, Vol.5 No.2 (2012) ©BritishJournal Publishing, Inc. 2012 Graduate Unemployment in Nigeria: Causes, Effects and Remedies. Dr. Oluseyi A. Shadare Department of industrial Relations and Personnel

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  • Why I Think I Don't Like to Read

    Why I Think I Don’t Read There are some really great readers in my family such was my grandmother, mother, brothers and all three of my children they love to read. I kind of have my own opinion why I don’t like to read. I think you have to have it instill in you as a child. Now that I am

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  • The Humanities and Social Sciences

    What are the Humanities and Social Sciences According to the free online dictionary, humanities refers to the branch of knowledge, such as Philosophy, Literature, and Art concerned with human thought and culture; the liberal arts. Studies intend to provide general knowledge and intellectual

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  • Faculty of Social Sciences Undergraduate Students Perceptions About University Education in Guyana

    Title: “Faculty of Social Sciences undergraduate students’ perceptions of education in Guyana.” Chapter One: Introduction and Background to the Study 1.1. The General Problem For many years, educators and researchers have tried to understand

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  • Collective Bargaining

    The term “Collective Bargaining” originated in the writings of Sidney and Beatrice Webb, the famed historian of the British labour movement, towards the end of the 19th century. Collective bargaining is a process of joint decision-making and basically represents a democratic way of life in

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  • Pareto Efficiency

    Pareto efficiency, or Pareto optimality, is a central theory in economics with broad applications in game theory, engineering and the social sciences. Given a set of alternative allocations and a set of individuals, a movement from one alternative allocation to another that can make at least

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  • Marx Versus de Tocqueville

    Christopher English Foundations of Social Science Dr. Kelley 9/17/12 Marx versus De Tocqueville Intelligent, respected, revolutionary, and revered are just some of the superlatives used to describe the multitalented Karl Marx and Alexis De Tocqueville. These two European men both living

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  • The Boston Tea Party

    The Boston Tea Party Elementary Division Individual Exhibit Bibliography Brenna, Linda. The Birth of the United States. Ann Arbor: Cherry Lake Publishing, 2012. Collier, Christopher, and James Collier. The American Revolution 1763-1783. New York: Benchmark Books, 1998. Ford,

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  • Is Culture a Constraint or Freedom?

    Is culture a constraint or freedom? Name: Rodrigo, Lianne Lu Course & Year: BS-IE 1 Schedule: MWF 12:30 – 1:30 pm According to Webster’s New World Encyclopedia, culture is the way of life of a particular society or group of people, including patterns of thought, beliefs, behavior,

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  • Audiology

    Table of Contents Title Page: Cover Table of Contents: Page 1 Job Description: Page 2 Training and Education: Page 3 Potential Earnings: Page 4 Job Prospects: Page 4 Bibliography: Page 5 Job Announcement: Page 6 Audiologist Job Description: The typical job

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  • Accounting and Modern Organizations

    Accounting and Modern Organization: Modern Accounting Systems affect on Modern Organization Principles of Accounting 1 ACC205 May 13, 2012 Has modern accounting systems made a difference in modern organizations? In my opinion, modern accounting systems have made a difference in modern

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  • Hamlet 's Feminity

    Canadian Social Science ISSN 1712-8056 Canadian Academy of Oriental and Occidental Culture Http:// Http:// E-mail:; Vol.5 No.5 2009 10/31/2009 Hamlet’s Femininity LA FÉMINITÉ DE HAMLET GUO De-yan1 Abstract: The

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  • The Need for Indigenization of Social Sciences

    I. The Need for Indigenization of Social Sciences A. Overview: There was been a great crisis existing in the field of social sciences as most local researchers face the reality that the Western aspect on research methods used in their studies influence the outcome or interpretations of

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  • Comparetion of Commercial Negotiations Style Between China and Uk

    [pic] SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Introduction to Intercultural Communication Module number: LE1030 Comparetion of commercial negotiations style between China and UK Candidate number: 294233 Word Count: 1695 Submitted to: Neale Richardson

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  • Mla vs. Apa

    The main difference between MLA and APA is the fact that you use one or the other depending on the subject of your writing. Usually, APA is used to cite writings that have a social science focus such as Psychology, Business, the Social Sciences, Economics, Medicine, and Criminal Justice and

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  • History

    Class VII Chapter 1 - Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years Social Science Question 1: Who was considered a “foreigner” in the past? Answer: In the past a foreigner was someone who was not part of a certain society or culture. A city dweller might have regarded a forest dweller

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  • Interpersonal Film- Meet the Fockers

    I chose Meet the Fockers for my paper dealing with Interpersonal Communication. Each character in this movie has their own distinct style of communication which ranges from complete openness to as secretive as you can get and even nonverbal that lead a great two hours of communication disaster

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  • Fences Make Good Neighbors

    Fences Make Good Neighbors Good Fences Do Make Good Neighbors Is it necessary to build a fence if we trust our neighbors? If a fence is necessary, it should be a good fence. Not meant to be a barricade, but to prevent our neighbors from invading our privacy. It is also used to give one

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  • Structural Family Therapy

    | Structural family therapy is a model of treatment based on systems theory that was developed by Salvador Minuchin. Structural family therapy features emphasis is mostly on structural change as the main goal of therapy; it pays close attention to the individual but also

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  • ‘Rubbish Has No Value’. Identify the Arguments for and Against This View.

    ‘Rubbish has no value’. Identify the arguments for and against this view. Plan Introduction: Brief background of the meanings of rubbish and value. What issues the essay will address. Paragraphs 2 & 3 Material Lives and Zygmunt Bauman (Hetherington) which introduces idea of consumer

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  • Relationship Between Sociology and Other Social Sciences & Relationship Between Sociology and Economics

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOLOGY AND ECONOMICS              Sociology and economics are the branches of the social sciences .They have very close relationship. Economics deals with the economics activities of man which is also called science of bred and butter. Economics is the study of

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  • Peer Pressure


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  • Causes of Loitering Problems

    565 © Sociologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., Praha 2011 The Formation of Identity in Teenage Mall Microculture: A Case Study of Teenagers in Czech Malls* JANA SPILKOVÁ and LUCIE RADOVÁ** Charles University, Prague Abstract: Geographies of children and youth are a surprisingly neglected

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  • Film and Communication

    Ahankar Kahankar : Story Maker Story Taker. The work of Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar ; “Ahankar Kahankar”, was an eye opener to the audience. Both are professors at the Centre for media and cultural studies (CMCS). The documentary portraits the history, life and the world view of Warli

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  • Meet the Fockers Summary

    Summary The Film, Meet the Fockers, is the sequel to the movie Meet the Parents. Gaylord “Greg” Focker and his fiancée Pam Byrnes decided to introduce their parents to each other. They first fly to Oyster Bay, to pick up Pam’s father, retired CIA operative Jack Byrnes, her mother Dina and

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