The Social Inclusion Theory of Criminology
The theory of social inclusion, as it applies to the discipline of criminology, suggests that the lack of income is only one of . . . .
Research, albeit philosophical, historical, descriptive, or experimental, is not simply a collection of random thoughts or data reduced to paper ( . . . .
The use of factor analysis is to find out the plain patterns in the pattern of relationships between the variables. It tries to find out if the spotted variables can be . . . .
Online Schooling v. Traditional Ground Campuses
Once a novelty, the Internet is now transforming how Americans and the world live, think, talk, make money, consult doctors and politicians, . . . .
Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research Procedures for Multicultural Studies
Research, albeit philosophical, historical, descriptive, or experimental, is not simply . . . .
What are the issues that impact on the health of Australia's culturally and ethnically diverse population and what do they mean for healthcare?
Introduction . . . .
Sociological Analysis of Health Care Access Inequality in "Health Isn't Color-Blind" by Jennifer Ozols
In the article entitled "Health Isn't Color-Blind," Jennifer Ozols brought into fore . . . .
sociology of nodding and waving: multi-cultural sensitivity in understanding and using non-verbal communication
In studying the nature and meanings embedded in nonverbal communication, it . . . .
The Mis-Education of the Negro
The purpose of this paper is to introduce, discuss, and analyze the book "The Mis-Education of the Negro" by Carter G. Woodson. . . . .
Will the Real Individual
Please Stand Up?
Ascribed Status vs. Achieved Status
There is a very old saying, "You can't judge a book by its cover." An excellent . . . .
Prion disease in humans
Ever since Mad Cow Disease sparked terror in international headlines, the public has been concerned about eating beef. Mad Cow Disease is not, . . . .
Human Relations and Cultural Differences
Cultural differences impact a number of issues related to human relations. Within any society people . . . .
Emotional Labor and the Hospitality Industry
Background of the problem
In growing world of competition where there is increase in demand for state-of-the-art facilities, customer . . . .
This is a paper on the demographics of Brazil. There are six references used for this paper.
The countries around the world offer a wild variety . . . .
Sociology of Education
Statement of Thesis
The purpose of this work is to explain, in relation to the developments of a 'universal' pedagogy in a society where children acquire early . . . .
Terri Schiavo Case Study
The Terri Schiavo case made headlines in the past month or so. According to doctor's, Terri has been in a "persistent vegetative state" for over a decade (Dorf, . . . .
Unemployment and Its Effects on Mental Health
In the United States, each percentage rise in unemployment leads to 6,000 deaths (Woolston, 2002). This is a harsh yet realistic . . . .
Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine: A Critique of Violence with Guns: An Ongoing Social Problem
Michael Moore's award winning docudrama, Bowling for Columbine (2002) provided an eye- . . . .
American culture AND IDENTITY
Who is an American? What is American identity or what is American culture for that matter? These questions as important as they may be are elusive in nature . . . .
Injury Scores of Intoxicated vs. Non-Intoxicated Patients
The concept and or act of drunk driving has as many definitions as there are people willing to debate the issue. The . . . .
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