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The Complexity of Cheating and Infidelity
Title: "Once a cheater, always a cheater: Eternal Truth or Simplistic Way
Out?" Infidelity is a delicate topic which does not discriminate religion, social
stratum, sex or intellectual capacity. From time immemorial, it has
tormented geniuses and a myriad of stories have either been written or told
on the sub...
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4 pages
An Account of a Social Experiment Concerning Walmart Shoppers and Picked Up Money
On May 27th, 2016, at 2 PM, I went to the Walmart in Wauseon, Ohio, in order to act out a social norm differently. For my experiment, I went up behind shoppers who had their back to me, bent down to “pick up” a five-dollar bill off the ground, and asked the shopper if it was theirs. My dialogue was always along the lines of...
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The US Fight for Terrorism Involves Invasion of Privacy
The Fight Against Terrorism About 88.5% or 287,000 people in the United States alone use the internet. The internet is a great way to receive information quickly, watch almost anything you want, as well as communicate and socialize with anyone in the world through social media. In the United States alone, about 65% of adul...
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The Characteristics of a Well Functioning Social Fabric
The social fabric can be described as how well members of a community interact and work with each other, and how all the components of society come together to create a functioning space. In a tight and fully functioning social fabric, members of society work well with each other, form relationships, and interact positivel...
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A Comparison between the New Year's Celebrations in the United States of America and Vietnam
Have you ever thought that you could have the New Year’s holidays in the same year in two different countries such as the US and Vietnam? I think that you could. They are both celebrations that have a lot of beautiful fireworks, parties and special events. However, they have so many differences from each other. The first d...
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A Report on Andrew McCarthy's The Grand Jihad: How Islam and the Left Sabotage America, and Stephen Hayes and Thomas Joscelyn's How America Was Misled on Al-Qaeda's Demise
In an attempt to analyze the immensely complicated and intricate concept of Islamic insurgency and committing Jihad, “The Grand Jihad: How Islam and the Left Sabotage America” by Andrew C. McCarthy, is comprised of unconventional yet supported conclusions about why the worldwide Islamic insurgency is an ever-growing congreg...
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Crips and Bloods: Made in America: Deception and Poverty in South Los Angeles
Chasing After the Purple Dragon The United States as a whole preaches the American Dream. It is believed that wherever and whoever you are, there will always be an opportunity for you to succeed in life if you work hard and give it 110%. The question remains though, is that really the case? The documentary Crips and Bloods...
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A Research on the Relationship Between Paranormal Beliefs, Conspiracy Theories, and Pseudoscience
Lobato, E., Mendoza, J., Sims, V. and Chin, M (2014).Examining the Relationship Between Conspiracy Theories, Paranormal Beliefs, and Pseudoscience Acceptance Among a University Population. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28: 617–625. Introduction.Believing in the unbelievable is still widely prevalent in today’s society. The...
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Should Blacks Be Paid for How They Were Treated?
Why should I pay you? For many years blacks were discriminated against, killed, raped, murdered, sold, and tortured. The First Reconstruction ended slavery. The Second Reconstruction was the civil rights movement. Many people believe that the third Reconstruction will happen when black people are paid for the way that they...
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The Value of Religious Diversity in a Workplace
America has long been referred to as the “melting pot”, a country brewing with different races, languages, and most importantly religions. It is vital to understand that not just for the financial wellbeing of businesses and firms, but also for the greater whole of society, such differences in religions (especially in the w...
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