Essays

Other Types of Rococo Art

Architectural and interior Rococo designs and patterns are not only visually attractive. These shelled shaped, curved accented, and domed designed furniture, walls, mirrors, glasses, ceilings can make someone feel they are walking into a another form of life impossible within this universe. These designs greatly […]

Rococo’s Famous Artists

Francois Boucher was famous French Rococo painter. Unsurprisingly, his father was the inventor of the very much beloved, lace. (msnencarta). Boucher’s artwork included several works of King Louis XV’s mistress, Marquise de Pompadour. These paintings are very theatrical, making significant importance of lighting impressions making […]

What is Art?

“Art; The product of creative human activity in which materials are shaped or selected to convey an idea or emotion in a visually interesting form” (n a;, n d; Msn Encarta). Art appears in many styles and forms. As time goes on, the styles and […]

Johnston and Pennypacker (1993)

The study of Johnson and Pennypacker (1993) has been significantly cited in many subsequent works and studies. In most of the proceeding studies, they refer essentially to the definition of behavior by Johnson and Pennypacker (1993) in their book “Strategies and Tactics in Behavioural Research”. […]

Feelings and Behaviour

Most people assume that their feelings and thoughts explain why they act as they do. Contemporary behavior analysts agree that people feel and think, but they do not consider these events as causes of behaviour. They note that these terms are more correctly used as […]

Behaviour and Environment

Contemporary behaviour analysts include internal events as part of an organism’s environment. This point is often misunderstood; internal functioning like an upset stomach, full bladder, low blood sugar, and so on are part of a person’s environment. Internal physical events have the same status as […]

Science and Behaviour

The experimental analysis of behaviour is a natural-science approach to understanding behaviour regulation. Experimental analysis is concerned with controlling and changing the factors affecting the behaviour of humans and other animals. For example, a behavioral researcher in a classroom may use a computer to arrange […]

Johnston and Pennypacker’s Impact on the Science of Behavior

Learning refers to the acquisition, maintenance, and change of an organism’s behavior as a result of lifetime events. The behaviour of an organism is everything it does, including covert actions like thinking and feeling. An important aspect of human learning concerns the experiences arranged by […]

Diffusion in Anthropology

Diffusion generally refers to the transplanting of cultural aspects from one group to another. That is, the music, political ideologies, fashion, and any variety of items/beliefs/cultural identities appeal cross from one group to another. While some may consider this a profound concept, the reality is […]

the National Council of Churches explains

David C. Korten in his discussion with the National Council of Churches explains that “We presently live under two competing systems of global governance: The Bretton Woods institutions and the United Nations. The former is primarily aligned with the corporate interest and the latter is […]