Book Review: Last Worst Hopes by Lee Hunt
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by Yachika
1w ago
Imagine waking up in the world of witches, demons, knights, kings, and every magical realm you have ever imagined. What will be the first thing you do if you know such a world exists? You will probably be cautious and want to find the doors to such a world, right? If yes, then, Lee Hunt’s ... Read more The post Book Review: Last Worst Hopes by Lee Hunt appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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Book Review: Yes, Again: (Mis)adventures of a Wishful Thinker
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by Tamanna
2w ago
A resilient and joyful life story of love, grief, and hope, this memoir is a remarkable piece of writing. Sallie’s adventurous search for a companion is a bumpy ride. The potential matches, failed dates, and everything else are an attempt at finding a near-perfect man.As the pages turn, the words bring humor, shock, buzz, and ... Read more The post Book Review: Yes, Again: (Mis)adventures of a Wishful Thinker appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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Sociological Analysis of Competitive Exams in India
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by Tamanna
1M ago
“If meritocracy is an aspiration, those who fall short can always blame the system;but if meritocracy is a fact, those who fall short are invited to blame themselves” – Michael Sandel, Professor of Political Philosophy at Harvard University(famous for his work and course on Justice) From UPSC to NEET to JEE, the competitive exams are ... Read more The post Sociological Analysis of Competitive Exams in India appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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BEING A WOMAN: MY FORTUNATE STRUGGLE
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by PEMA LAMU RUMBA
1M ago
Life itself is a long experience of how we come into this world and make a living and then how we die. This is something each individual has to go through. The only thing that matters is the time some may have a long life while some may have a short life in this world. ... Read more The post BEING A WOMAN: MY FORTUNATE STRUGGLE appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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How to Write a Book Summary: Explained With Examples
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by Juan Vera
1M ago
Writing a summary is not only a way of synthesizing in a few pages the main content of a book, but also a very useful exercise to capture the most essential theoretical and/or methodological aspects of an author’s work. Doing good social science involves, among many other things, having the ability to clearly and faithfully ... Read more The post How to Write a Book Summary: Explained With Examples appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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An Interview with Betsy Gal, Author of The Illusion of the Perfect Profession
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by Sociology Group
1M ago
Short Bio: Betsy Gall and her three children, Grady, Gavin, Sophie, and their dog Liberty, split their time between Charlotte, North Carolina and Minneapolis, Minnesota where she focuses on faith, family and friends. Betsy is an active real estate agent, investor, landlord and habitual remodeler. Betsy is speaking all over the country about physician suicide ... Read more The post An Interview with Betsy Gal, Author of The Illusion of the Perfect Profession appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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Preparing for UGC NET SOCIOLOGY? Here is a Step by Step Guide!
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by Aishani
1M ago
After the completion of a master’s degree in Sociology, many aspire to contribute to the field either by imparting knowledge to others through lectureship/assistant professorship or through research. If you are looking at either of these two ways to move forward in your career trajectory, the University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is ... Read more The post Preparing for UGC NET SOCIOLOGY? Here is a Step by Step Guide! appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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An Interview with Sallie H. Weissinger, Author of Yes, Again: (Mis)adventures of a Wishful Thinker
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by Sociology Group
1M ago
1.If you had to describe yourself in three words, what would they be? Resilient, kind, and intense. My husband said to add a fourth: strong-willed. 2. Can you tell us about the inspiration behind writing “Yes, Again: (Mis)adventures of a Wishful Thinker”? What prompted you to share your experiences navigating the online dating world and ... Read more The post An Interview with Sallie H. Weissinger, Author of Yes, Again: (Mis)adventures of a Wishful Thinker appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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Meet the Professor: Dr. Stephanie Wilson, Sociologist, Educator, and Co-founder of Applied Worldwide
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by Sociology Group
1M ago
 Stephanie: Sociologist, Creator, Researcher 2. As a co-founder of Applied Worldwide, could you briefly explain the organization’s mission? Stephanie: Our mission is to build a bridge between the discipline of sociology and everyday life to improve the well-being of society. As a sociologist, I see endless ways that sociological knowledge could benefit society, but our ... Read more The post Meet the Professor: Dr. Stephanie Wilson, Sociologist, Educator, and Co-founder of Applied Worldwide appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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Nature Culture Dichotomy: The culture of exploitation
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by Dhruva O Shea
1M ago
Nature/Culture dualism is a well-known theoretical framework that anthropologists have exercised in their study of age-old questions such as, “What is a human”, “What is Nature”, and “What are the responsibilities of humans in the world”? Nature is all that is natural, or without human influence, and culture is all that humans have influenced in ... Read more The post Nature Culture Dichotomy: The culture of exploitation appeared first on Sociology Group: Welcome to Social Sciences Blog ..read more
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