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Category Archives: Social Science
Social Science is a broad field that includes problems, themes, and characteristics that relate back to society and people interacting with one another. This may include fields such as education, poverty, and current events.
Young women around the world dream of love and marriage from an early age. Girls plan out their dream wedding, provide names for their future children, and imagine their prince charming. Recent studies have concluded that these young girls are … Continue reading →
Courtship is a popular topic among writers of the 16th and 17th century Europe as seen through the poetry and plays of this era. From this, readers can distinguish how men and women court one another. This includes how couples … Continue reading →
Adrienne Rich offers great insight into the male desire for dominance and control. This primal male characteristic is what drives the denial and negative associations given to lesbians and the lesbian existence. Rich gives great detail and history into what … Continue reading →
Substance Use and Family-Centered Therapy: Adapting Therapy to Meet the Needs of African American Families
Drug abuse and substance addiction is a problem that affects families across the globe. This problem does not discriminate. It affects individuals from all walks of life, regardless of class, age, and cultural background. As a result, it is a … Continue reading →
Since the Obama Administration race and racism has become a rising issue. Weather this is irony or coincidence, racism continues to manifest in this new era. Attention has been given to issues of racial profiling and white privilege. Reciting the … Continue reading →