My Utopian World: People Helping People
More than 214 soldiers have lost their lives in the last six months, while serving the United States of America. In a perfect world this is something that would never occur. The idea of war is something that would be non-existent. The world would be a happ...
The Future of the Internet III
A survey of experts shows they expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition improves, and the structure of the Internet itself improves. They disagree about whether this will lead to more social tolerance, more...
The Values Americans Live By
Compiled by Vladimir Pavlov
Adapted from Robert Kohl’s article,
The Values Americans Live By (April 1984)
Most Americans would have a difficult time telling international visitors, specifically, which values they live by. They probably have never given the matter a...
John Lennon’s Imagine, released in 1971, is one of the most famous utopias ever composed. In his song, Lennon dreams of a world in which there is no religion, no countries, world peace, no possessions and no discrimination; his utopia is a world based on equality. This song was heavily influenced...
Cultural Sensitivity in Counseling:
A Prospective on Native Americans
October 12, 2010
Three of the most popular techniques in use by the counseling profession were examined in relationship to Native American culture and worldview, in order to det...
by Aldous Huxley
All over the English-speaking world critics have greeted these essays with such comments as "brilliant. . . provocative. . . magnificent." Many find that Huxley is the finest essayist since Montaigne. It has been said that "Mr. Huxley is not on...
University of the District of Columbia
Psychology of Multicultural Relations
The history of persons of Japanese descent entering the United States of America is one that transpired by the r...
Utopian visions of the English Interregnum: John Eliot and Gerrard Winstanley
Alice Manuela Guimarães
John Eliot and Gerrard Winstanley wrote in different hemispheres in response to social problems within the same political context – Puritanism. They were, accord...
In the early history of the United States to the 1900's, immigrants received greater welcome and success that African Americans did in society. African American's were given barely any rights, and no help or success, while white immigrants were always progressing. From the rise of America, African...
Running Head: Culturally Sensitive Counseling for Native Americans
Culturally Sensitive Counseling for Native Americans
Catherine D. Dunn
PSYD 8180 OL, SYSTEMS OF PSYCHPTHERAPHY
Course Instructor: Denise Scatena, Ph.D
May 21, 2010
Historical trauma is defined as an ag...
Full Immersion project
People group: Southeastern and other Native Americans
Deane D. Hibbard
HSC570 Multicultural Counseling
June 28, 2012
Table of Contents
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THE VALUES AMERICANS LIVE BY
By L. Robert Kohls, Ph.D. INTRODUCTION Most Americans would have a difficult time telling you, specifically, what the values are which Americans live by. They have never given the matter any thought. Even if Americans had considered this question, they would probably, i...