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Why Majority Of People Were Genius During Past? Why Not Now?

 Major Differentiation And The Major Cause Of The Fluctuation Of Intelligence Between Olden Days People And Modern Days People

In early years, people used to meditate, had no tension, would be calm, would do all their work without hurry unlike us, because their lifestyle was simple unlike our’s. 721 more words


Social Justice... and the Difficult Task of Achieving It: How I learned about The Representation Project

After taking a course called Development of Social Thought in the fall of 2013, I decided to minor in sociology (I’m a psychology major if you’re wondering).   472 more words

Good News Everyone!

I got a new laptop!

After shopping around with great anticipation for most of this morning at Best Buy, I chose an Asus touch screen netbook with a built in webcam and nice built in apps. 264 more words


Adjunct after hours

By Anais Olusa

CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – Professor Elizabeth Rantuccio says she is doing what she loves – teaching sociology to students.

Rantuccio is a sociology adjunct at Camden County College and teaches on the Blackwood and Cherry Hill campuses. 247 more words

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Chart of the day III: Look who's most skeptical

Skeptical, that is, that the promises of new technology will benefit their own lives. While majorities across the line are convinced that high tech developments will positively impact their own lives, the biggest skeptics are the poor and women. 15 more words


Would anyone be interested?

Hello people,

I recently wrote an essay that looked at the concepts and ideas of Bloch, Bachelard, with a little sprinkling of proust.

The essay was one of the strangest I’ve ever wrote, purely because I was given almost complete creative freedom. 106 more words

White Deviance, Pagan Angst

Earlier for one of the “D” posts for the Pagan Blog Project, I planned on writing about how the Neo-Pagan movement is, in part a manifestation of white deviance. 620 more words

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