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Category: Society

Opioid Crisis

Nowadays, the problem of opioid addiction and drug abuse is still common in the United States of America and no consensus has been delivered. Despite the fact that the opioid crisis is associated, fir...

Lending Institutions, Healthcare, and Human Capital

Today, many countries owe their economic growth and success to the support given by the international lending institutions. The latter have helped boost economic and financial solidity, abetted trade,...

Labeling

Stemmed from the contributions of Lemert, Tannenbaum, Becker, and Schur, the labeling theory plays an important role in the sociology of deviance (Rubington & Weinberg, 2015). Labeling produces de...

Civilization

Civilization is a term that has been used in various relevant and irrelevant contexts for ages. Many people relate civilization to the society’s state, nature or class. Resultantly, ambiguity in...

The Influence of Blogosphere on the Society and Arguments Regarding Blogging

Introduction Most revolutions that have happened in the past 20 years came about as an effect of writing. First there appeared emails, web pages, text messages, and now there are blogs. Development of...

Interface of Domestic and International Terrorism: Cyber Terrorism

Introduction The post 9/11 period has seen a lot of concern over the security of the governing apparatus and its preparedness in the face of potential terrorist attacks (Watts, 2007). Both domestic an...

Social Psychology

1. How does group membership – even in minimal groups – contribute to prejudice and discrimination? Group membership is a small society which has its own rules, beliefs and world view. Ap...

Exercise One

1. Person G should receive extra retirement income from the government. This person was working on a company during all his life. When he retired, the company bankrupted and now he cannot receive a go...

Inequality in America

The modern US society is characterized by social inequalities of gender, ethnicity, age, and other characteristics. Economic, spatial, and social types of inequality are interrelated and often reinfor...
 
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