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There is no doubt that aspirations to change the way people talk or even think about a subject come with a set of challenges and questions related to feasibility of implementation. This paper is by no means designed to ...
An anthropological analysis of hoarding allows a deeper look into the culture of consumption that the modern age so fosters. Distributed personhood and Colin Campbell’s theory of modern autonomous imaginative hedonism ...
Congressional scholars have increasingly turned their focus toward studying what factors influence congressional approval ratings and feelings toward the institution. While understanding the publicÕs views toward Congress ...
This study examines the need and effectiveness of alternative rehabilitative services for juvenile delinquents in the Rockbridge County school system and juvenile justice system. We believe that juvenile delinquency has ...