Mathematical sociology

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  • Moneygrams: Recalled Childhood Memories Of Money And Adult Money?

    Money can mean many things and function in many ways. Everyone has their own definition of money. Some people see money as the most valuable aspect of life. Whereas, others see it as an evil thing. The answer to if we make money or does money make us will vary from people to people depending on their ideas and views about money. These two ideas work hand in hand. We make money by creating it, earning it and putting a value on it, which then makes us by giving us power, security, and self-worth.…

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  • Impact Of Globalization On Pakistani Culture

    Effect of Globalization on Pakistani cultural Zainulabidenmalik1, Aneeqanawaz2, DrProfessor Ma Qaing3 1.Research scholar Shannxi normal university china 2.Visiting lecturer PMAS Arid agricultural university Pakistan 3.Professor Dr Ma Qaing Department of Anthropology Shannxi normal university china ABSTRACT: That globalization has made different social, religious and mental character emergencies including social government and pluralism, changes conventional social structure, consolation of…

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  • Heat Wave Durkheimian Analysis

    Durkheimian Analysis of Heat Wave Six hundred and fifty-eight. This is the number of American citizens who suffer from heat-related deaths each year.1 To put that into perspective, it is coincidentally the exact number of students suffering in Virginia Tech’s air-condition-lacking Slusher Residence Hall.2 During the summer of 1995, Chicago was hit with one of the deadliest heat waves on record. In the nine-day span of July 12 to 20, more than seven-hundred weather-related deaths were recorded.3…

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  • Importance Of Values In My Life

    The values that resonate in my life are showing kindness, honesty, dignity, respect, hard work, dedication, being compassionate and valuing relationships. These values are embedded subconsciously through observing my grandparents, family, and friends. I spent 23 years of my life living with my parents and grandparents. My grandparents hailed to Mumbai from rural part of Maharashtra (state in India). My grandfather was a teacher and moved to Mumbai (India)to provide better opportunities for his…

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  • Gothic Art Reflection

    When I began this project, I thought that I would just change how I looked for 30 days and just be done with it. However, changing my appearance for just 30 days to Goth threw me into this journey of acceptance within myself and other people as well. I came to realize with the help of the looking glass, sociological imagination and the reading we’ve done within the course that everything is not what it seems. Not only is an external altercation the most visible thing I could’ve done, it invoked…

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  • Character Analysis: Summary: Brave Women In Nervous Conditions

    Brave Women in Nervous Conditions “Can you cook books and feed them to your husband? Stay at home with your mother. Learn to cook and clean. Grow vegetables." (15) One of the most significant quotes in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions sets the tone on how women are viewed and treated throughout this story. Set in a postcolonial Zimbabwe Nervous Conditions tells the story of four women who are living in a man’s world. Underestimated, unappreciated and dominated, each of these women stand…

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  • Emile Durkheim And The Anomie Theory

    Emile Durkheim is the founder of the anomie theory as it relates to normlessness. This theory states that a state of normlessness contributes to the existence of deviance. It also outlines that lack of resources or ability to obtain socially constructed goals can be a factor that contributes to deviant behavior. This being stated deviance and social controls exist for various reasons such as moral boundaries, group solidarity, innovation, and tension-reduction. Moral boundaries are one reason…

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  • Good Girls: Gender, Social Class, And Slut Discourse

    In Elizabeth A. Armstrong’s et al “Good Girls”: Gender, Social Class, and Slut Discourse on Campus, 2014 77: 100-122, the issue being addressed is what is it exactly that causes women to slut shame (Armstrong et al 2014)? This article provides the idea that social classes play a huge role when deciding who should be labelled as a slut along with that slut shaming could be done thinking that it somehow gives the person who is doing the slut shaming a personal gain (Armstrong et al 2014). The…

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  • The Concept Of State In Weber's Politics As A Vocation

    The concept of the State The state can be defined as a political institution that aims to organize life in society through laws, and if we take into account that the state must attempt to make individual behaviour mutually compatible it appears that the political purpose of the state is justice. It can also be defined as an entity relying on coercion and the threat of force to rule. But the concept of the state changes through history as well as its construction, which explains the difficulty of…

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  • Ideology Of Child Poverty

    Social policy is based on the different ideologies of wellbeing and is a realistic way of thinking about social issues and problems in our society today. Ideologies are concepts and opinions on certain matters. It is a framework and the process of our thoughts. The way we think and act is set around ideology about what is logical and the way things must be. It is an umbrella of various concepts that categorizes theoretical positions based on their perspective and view of the world (Beddoe &…

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