User Login

Posts

Displaying 1 - 9 of 9
Obesity has been a growing concern in the United States for several years now. And in today’s society, virtually every aspect of this condition is brought under the microscope by social media and the media in general. In the article Obesity In The Media: Social Science Weighs In by Natalie Boero , Boero weighs in on the media’s influence in the sensationalism of the condition.

1,988 | 3 | 0
Julian Moody April 7, 2014 Soc 100 Blog Research  

1,081 | 2 | 0
    Daniel Brennan wrote the article “Why Your Good Study Habits Are Wrong” on December 22, 2013, in order to give tips about studying. According to her, a lot of parents have strong opinions about how their child study and want them to finish their homework as soon as they get back home.

18,076 | 39 | 0
16 percent of our nation's homelessness population possesses a mental illness as well. Is right to give them permanent housing and keep them off the streets?

4,064 | 10 | 0
The article compares the rates of homelessness and the many causes that come along with it.

3,923 | 9 | 0
“Impossible!” would shout the average person who has attended an eastern European wedding. Alcohol is so intertwined with the cultural traditions of Slavs that a dry wedding would be hard to imagine but not for Priest Włdysław Zązel who is the leading figure of the movement “Wedding of the Weddings”.

6,597 | 19 | 0
    In an article from Sports Illustrated by Tom Verducci he explains the harm that steroids have had on the world of sports. There are many things that he states and shows that can lead you to believe how they have negatively effected society. Mainly in baseball PED's or Performance Enhancing Drugs have changed the way the game is played just for them to become one of the elite players. Verducci also focuses on what goes through the mind of a player using the drugs and what provoked them to begin using them.

5,058 | 10 | 0
I discuss how Colorado and Washington made the new laws for legalization of marijuana and what the new laws consist of. I also talk about the authors main point in her article.

4,891 | 13 | 0
Social changes don't happen overnight. They take years and years of trial and error and movements to get one going, or to end a current one.

548 | 1 | 0

ahymes3562's Classes

User is not a member of any group.

ahymes3562's Institutions

User is not a member of any group.