This paper looks at the iImpact of PC’s on nature of social relationships between various users, user & computers & users & non-users.
This paper discusses the economic and social concepts presented by Karl Marx.
This paper discusses he two types of social solidarity described by Durkheim: mechanical bonds formed because like humans are drawn each other and organic bonds formed through natural differences in humans that leads to division of labor.
Examines the problem of domestic violence and why abused wives do not leave their husbands.
Compares early man’s need for a strong faith with the contemporary man’s need for equality.
This paper explores the economic, humanistic and philosophic aspects of Marxist social theory and emphasizes Marxism as logical outgrowth of previous concepts: Hegel, alienation, history, class conflict and private property.
This paper discusses that the dominant media culture in our county controls the media, education, and other “cultural linkage” institutions, leading the public decidedly in one direction.
A look at the individual and societal costs of subtle sexual and racial discrimination.
This paper examines the social & religious history and development of the Bar Mitzvah, the Jewish rite of passage into manhood.
This paper discusses that human touch is a powerful force, able to nurture and heal, and communicate thoughts and feelings beyond our verbal capabilities, and perhaps even to perform miracles; but it is also a highly controversial topic.