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Joseph Brant - Unknown American Hero

In the essay entitled, Joseph Brant Compares Indian and White Civilizations, 1789, Mr. Brant describes his feelings of disgust for White civilization and why he had those feelings. The essay seems be .
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Gender Talk

In the African-American studies book Gender Talk, Dr. Johnnetta Cole and Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall argue that, in the 21st century, issues of sexism must be addressed along with issues of racism in ..
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Should Gays Be Allowed to Marry?

Marriage is more than a piece of paper. It confers numerous benefits, such as health, disability and life insurance, pension funds and tax refunds for spouses. Many gay couples desire to marry to be ..
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Critical Analysis of the Annulment of King Henry VIII & ..

Although King Henry VIII had reason to worry about the political ramifications of not having a legitimate male heir for his kingdom, he did not have legal or moral justification for annulling his ..
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Great African Civilizations

There have been many misconceptions about the lives of Africans before the advent of European and American colonization. According to some historians, Africans were nothing more than savages whose ..
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Shortcomings of Human Capitalism

Human capital or human capitalism has become the explanation of the labor market and earnings inequality put forth by economists. While not a theory of racial and gender inequality in the labor ..
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The Education System in America

The role that the educational system should play in the live of people is to educate them to be conscious, critically thinking individuals who do not passively accept knowledge but question the ..
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The Development of Sociology and Modernity

The development of sociology was born out of two revolutions: the French Revolution of 1789, and the Industrial revolution. Both of these events destroyed all previous social norms and created a new ..
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Max Weber's Typology of Forms of Authority - Traditional, ..

In pre-modern and modern societies, there has been a hierarchy of command of which everyone must adhere to. In order for this system to operate, there must be someone in charge or otherwise known as ..
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Emile Durkheim's Analysis of the Problem of Anomie and Its ..

According to Durkheim, anomie is a breakdown of social norms and it is a condition where norms no longer control the activities of members in society. Individuals cannot find their place in society ..
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What is Feminism?

Throughout history, women have always struggled to gain equality, respect, and the same rights as men. This has been difficult because of patriarchy, an ideology in which men are superior to women ..
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Analysis of Betty Friedan's The Problem That Has No Name

In an excerpt from her book, “The Feminine Mystique”, Betty Friedan defines women's unhappiness during the Fifties as ‘‘the problem that has no name. ’’ She identifies ..
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Analyis of Herbert J. Gan's "The Uses of Poverty"

In the article entitled “The Uses of Poverty: The Poor Pay All, ” sociologist Herbert J. Gans discusses the strange alliance between the poor and the wealthy in American society. He ..
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Racism and the English Language

Words are probably the most potent weapon to exist in society. A derogatory statement about an individual can ruin his or her life and the meaning of words can be twisted to accommodate any ..
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Warrior Woman - Ida B. Wells-Barnett

In the latter part of nineteenth century, social theories from Ida B. Wells-Barnett were forceful blows against the mainstream White male ideologies of her time. Ida Wells was born on July 16, 1862, ..
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The Land of Unequal Opportunity - Poverty in America

In the United States, disparities between rich and poor have risen sharply. Low-income individuals are increasingly unlikely to escape from their economic position of poverty. There are few stories ..
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Race and Social Class

In American society, issues of race and social class are entwined together like a chain of DNA. One cannot have an honest discussion about race without looking at the equally important issue of class .
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Social Construction of Race

One of the least known facts about the concept of race is that that it is a socially constructed ideology. Race and subsequent racism was created by White Europeans and Americans in order to justify ..
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