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I applied sociological theories to the movie, Hidden Figures. the theories are Critical Race theory and Feminist theory. I wrote this essay for one of my college courses Read More
First day of university ... Read More

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Maybe the system isn't broken .... Read More
For any fellow sociologists out there. This was one of the essays written for university last year, an essay that got me 26 marks out of 30. Read More
um guia para a leitura da edição em português de "ciência em ação", de bruno latour. Read More
Christopher Marlowe wrote Edward The Second in 1590..comprises the background information on the Elizabethan Age and the Concept of Tragedy - "Our lady's first love is not wavering; My life for thine, she will have Gaveston." Read More
This essay explores the dynamics of respecting elders in society. Lack of "Respect" has been identified as the largest problem facing elders across many social strata, defined as emotional/psychological abuse, and has been found to underlie all other forms of oppression faced by seniors. This essay illustrates how a lack… Read More
Media Violence is not a clear cause of violence in society. have a look why! Read More
Sociology of Media: definitions of core concepts within the cultural and media studies. Read More
It turns out that every city can be viewed from a psychological point of view just like a man... or a woman! Read More

Book / Poetry

February 05, 2016

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Here is a collection of my favourite poems which I have decided to share with the Booksie community in an A-Z format.I will publish them all in a book over the next few days. Although I have written over 1000 poems to date these are the ones… Read More
This essay focuses on ethical consumerism and building an ethical consumer society. Read More
Life is a system of continuous positive outcomes and our improvement lies how able we are towards acting to analyse and interpret towards a turning point. This poem is not completed fully. Read More
This literary piece is focusing on three of Emily Dickinson's poems through a sociological perspective. Read More
Miss Manuela is a sociology professor that pairs her students up according to different social standings. It all goes well, until Dale and Grant. Read More
An article based on the concept of 'Dramaturgy', a theory coined by Erving Goffman in his book,'The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life which stated that we as individuals are all actors and we all have our parts to play in life and our status changes according to where we… Read More
The purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate analysis of the modernization processes of Afghanistan under the ruling of Amanullah Khan and that of France under the ruling of King Louis XIV; applying theories to compare and understand the accomplishments and failures resulting from the attempts of reformations to… Read More
Hansbay High reconvenes for the 2013-2014 School year and High Schoolers try to figure out who Colleen’s biological father is, Madeline goes to her first sociology class and Ryan develops PTD and decides to make a social change for the new school year Read More

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The following short stories are about the odd types of heroes. Heroes come usually in glorified forms and invoke enthusiasm from the admirers. But in reality those heroes we relate to might be far from having a happy ending or a noble purpose. They come closer to resemble war donkeys.… Read More
It is quite normal to see someone involved in so much monetary wealth. When I grew up in the 70’s, this endevour was practically irrelevant and not really a necessity to society as a whole. There were TV programmes in Sweden that criticized commercial indoctrination, yes. But the explosion that… Read More
Where does one draw the line? Should we kill a dictator? Muammar al-Gaddafi was shot in the head in his home town in Lybia and the population subsquently cheered. Caesar was stabbed, Louis XIV was beheaded, Nicolae Ceauscu was shot and Osama bin Laden was assassinated. The effects of hatred… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 28, 2013

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How do you feel about the Trading Room? This is one for convention goers ... Comics, Records, Star Trek, Dr Who, Red Dwarf, White Dwarf etc. It's easy to tag people as a nerd ... but they're happy - are you!?? Read More
A short tale for convention goers. Don't always believe what the dust cover tells you. Some stigmas are a little unfair! They're quick to be labled nerds but all seem very content and happy. There's a lesson there somewhere! Read More
I write here about human design and construction of order as the foundation of society and the salvation for the planet. I refer to a TED Talk, and the link is: Read More
I am not one for writing poems but I wrote this for the writing challenge and due to medical issues could not post it in time. The goal of the challenge was to write a poem in twelve lines or less and include the words "faith", "hype", and"world" and the… Read More
This is a short essay I wrote for our class in Social Psychology where I try to discuss the psychological functions of religious icons and imagery. This is written within the context of Filipino religiosity and spirituality, but it can more or less apply to other contexts. Read More
Organized religion, in its various identities, has bestowed mankind with a set of ethical standards by which to live, and the structure of organized religions has allowed for those paradigms to be passed through generations. Even though religion defies scientific sense, over the years it has become a very large… Read More
This artical is just a brain storming thoughts of ideas and thoughts regarding the political and social economy for one living near the American Indian reservation. Read More
A peom about perceptions. I am Who you want me to be, because I am your perceptions and thoughts. The poem talks about how I can only be seen to you how you see me. I am me through your eyes. In some ways I am You. Read More
A college sociology instructor once challenged me with this question: Is it possible for us to be completely culturally relativistic? Should we even try to be? Read More
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