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Social and culture perspective

The social and culture environment mainly refers to the population situation, the education and culture, the religious belief and even the geographic distribution. Take the Chinese population for example, it has about 1. 3 billion people, which provides unlimited consumption for cars, especially considering most Chinese are present got not enough money for cars. Among […]

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Social Learning Theory

According to this, our behavior can be explained by consequences in the environment and therefore, it is not necessary to look for cognitive reasons. Instead, it relies heavily on a concept called the law of effect, which states that behaviors having pleasant or positive consequences are more likely to be repeated than ones having negative […]

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Taste the Orient

This essay intends to discuss some of the typical western views, and in many cases, stereotypes, of the non-western world. The essay will focus on two main areas that have often been subject to great prejudice: the ‘Oriental’ world of the Far East, Near East and South Asia, and the ‘Primitive’ societies of Africa and […]

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Social change rather than politics

To discuss the extent to which conservative domination throughout this period was reliant upon the increasing affluent state of British Society I am firstly going to analyse the social changes that were occurring and how these were affecting politics of the time. Questions that I will look to answer throughout the rest of the study […]

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Social sciences today

It would not be an exaggeration if one were to say that together, Karl Marx and Max Weber have had the most profound influence on the way capitalism and the social sciences is regarded, and their influence has not diminished with time. Rather their influence has spread far and wide. Their theories on class and […]

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Social divisions

Social divisions are not the same as social differences. Social differences are mostly based on accident of birth. Normally we don’t choose to belong to our community. People around us are male or female, they are tall and short, have different kinds of complexions, or have different physical abilities, disabilities but every social difference does […]

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Social Psychology

Spearman’s rank always gives a value between -1 & 1, -1 being perfect negative correlation, and 1 being perfect positive correlation. Therefore my results gave a moderate positive correlation. This can be shown also on the graph. This graph has a pattern of points, meaning there is some correlation (no correlation is shown by an arrangement […]

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Social institutions

How do social institutions and individuals’ experiences within these institutions affect educational processes and social development? In an increasingly complex society, important educational issues arise throughout the life cycle. Schools are affected by the times. They are part of social systems, they are institutions created to meet human needs. As needs change, as lags, confusions, […]

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Social rank

‘His appearance was greatly in his favour; he had all the best part of beauty, a fine countenance, a good figure and a pleasing address. ‘ This is the narrative description of Wickham, quite unlike that of Mr Collins’ which told us simply how he was not a sensible man and it was obvious the […]

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Social and history

In this piece, I aim to discuss and analyse the significance of chapter 5 to the novel as a whole. I will primarily focus upon the relevance and effect of Shelley’s use of language to describe setting, character and what it shows about social and historical influences. The main style expressed in the novel was […]

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