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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ... [[role]], and [[social class]]. Social psychology examines the effects of social contacts on the development of [[attitude]]s, [[stereotype]]s, and so forth
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] [[Category:Life sciences]]
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  • ... been concerned with issues such as individual autonomy, political rights, social freedom, economic independence, abortion and reproductive rights, divorce, ... the second-wave. Throughout most of its history, most leaders of feminist social and political movements, and feminist theorists, have been middle-class whi
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  • ...lves biologically and [[anatomy|anatomically]], but also in psychological, social, and spiritual terms. ...eking to explain and manipulate natural [[phenomenon|phenomena]] through [[science]], [[philosophy]], [[mythology]], and [[religion]]. Humans also have a mark
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  • ...ocial institution]]s, most notably [[psychiatry]], [[medicine]], the human sciences, and the [[prison]] system, as well as for his work on the [[history of hu Foucault begins his history in the [[Middle Ages]], noting the social and physical exclusion of [[leprosy|lepers]]. He argues that with the gradu
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...s reject the whole notion of an unconscious mind, regarding it as merely a social construction, denying the need to invoke mental processes that are not acce
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  • ... idea that all the properties of a given [[system]] (biological, chemical, social, economic, mental, [[Linguistics|linguistic]], etc.) cannot be determined o ...hat the material body itself is no guarantee of the sort of recognition of identity which is typical of our own culture.
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre
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  • ...d [[political]] reforms which had led to the gradual implementation of a [[Socialism with Chinese characteristics|market economy]] and some political liberal ...public of China|its political system]]. They were also concerned about the social and iron-fist controls that the [[Communist Party of China]] still had. Thi
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...web|url = http://public.gbhem.org/iamscu/search_results.asp?act=search_gen&search_txt=EMORY+UNIVERSITY&type=schools&submit=GO| title = Emory University |publ
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  • ... of [[secrecy]], [[anonymity]], and [[solitude]]. Credit card information, social security numbers, phone numbers, mothers' maiden names, addresses and phone ... the Internet. For instance, seven million Americans have fallen victim to identity theft in 2002, making it the fastest growing crime in the United States (La
    27 KB (3,915 words) - 17:20, 22 November 2017
  • ...e and core of human identity and to the seat of [[reason]], [[will]], [[conscience]], and higher [[emotion]]s. ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ...' is a measure of [[citation]]s in [[scientific journal|science and social science journals]]. It is frequently used as a [[proxy (statistics)|proxy]] for the ...tml Algorithmic Citation-Linked Historiography—Mapping the Literature of Science.] Retrieved November 17, 2008.</ref>
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ... in one or more categories. Cybercrime takes a number of forms including [[identity theft]], internet [[fraud]], violation of [[copyright]] laws through file s
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  • ... state property. Also, it investigated and prosecuted thieves of State and socialist property and white collar criminals. ...is or her identity to assist in the fabrication, or a "dead double," whose identity was altered by the KGB itself. These legends were usually supplemented by t
    41 KB (6,060 words) - 13:42, 10 April 2018
  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...use force and other forms of coercion and legal means to effect public and social order. The term is most commonly associated with police departments of a [[
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  • ...estigations and hearings conducted by Joseph McCarthy. It was a widespread social and cultural phenomenon that affected all levels of society and was the sou ... [[Franklin D. Roosevelt]]. Many conservatives equated the New Deal with [[socialism]] or Communism, and saw its policies as evidence that the government had
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  • ...ically characterize the Pashtuns.<ref>Olivier Roy. ''Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah.'' (New York: Columbia University Press original 1980, 2006 The Pashtuns have an ancient history, much still unresearched. From the second millennium B.C.E. to the present, Pashtun regions have s
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ... '''social monogamy''', '''sexual monogamy''', and '''genetic monogamy'''. Social monogamy refers to a couple that lives together, has sex with one another,
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