How the Nuclear Family became a Reality

The nuclear family is a somewhat recent construct that applies mostly to Euro centric cultures. This concept was not even widely possible to achieve in Euro centric cultures because many people, especially in the servant and

Biography Emile Durkheim

Emile Durkheim was born in 1858 in Epinal in Lorraine, France. He was the son of French Jews of a  devout nature: his father, grandfather and great-grandfather were rabbis. His father was the

What is the Stranger Sociology of the Stranger George Simmels the Stranger

“The stranger’ is but one of the many concepts which contemporary sociologists have received from the fertile mind of Georg Simmel. The sociological form of the stranger’ reveals Simmel’s love of the

Daylight Saving Time Explained

One of the signs that winter is approaching is setting back the clock one hour. You gain an hour of sleep but you also lose an hour of daylight. When spring comes

Can we Separate Science from Ideology – No

“In its broadest sense, science (from the Latin scientia, meaning “knowledge”) refers to any systematic knowledge or practice. In its more usual restricted sense, science refers to a system of acquiring knowledge

The Image of God in various Religious Thought

What is the image of God in religious thought? The image of God has taken on different forms in various religions, and even within religions God has taken on different forms. As

Drawbacks of Daylight Saving Time

There are many positive effects that daylight saving time affords us, such as extra daylight hours in the evening and the opportunity to spend more time outdoors. Due to some of the

Basic Logical Fallacies and non Experimental Social Science

In non experimental social science, the subject cannot be studied under the holy grail of scientific experimentation: complete control over the conditions and completely random selection of test and control subjects. Very

Politics Rough Sex Issues Ass Analogy – Yes

I don’t know how well my theory will be accepted by my peers on this site, but I strongly believe that this is in the public’s interest and I am citing my

Flying

“You have to be able to walk and chew gum at the same time,’ my instructor told me on my first flying lesson. His point was well take. Flying a plane requires