Psychological Problems That Students Face

Depression is the most common psychological problem. People across nations and countries are going through some depression or had gone at some point of their life. Depression affects people of all ages and background. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, depression is a condition in which one feels sad, hopeless, discouraged, unmotivated... Continue Reading →

Student Depression and Anxiety

The 21st century has seen the most rapid increase in development such as transportation, telecommunication, automobiles, refrigerators and many other forms of technology. It has made our lives not just easier but sufficiently tolerable, however in tandem with this development came the physical and intangible difficulties such as poverty, inflation, anxiety, depression, health issues, and... Continue Reading →

What Causes An Increase In Divorce Rate?

Societies are considered only the habitat of humankind. But in reality, these are the boundaries in which people not only live but interact with each other. Consequently, several kinds of relationships develop between them. “Relationships are the cement in the structure of society. By a study of relationships, one can orientate man's place in society... Continue Reading →

Impossibility Of Unconditional Love

What exactly is love? Is it blind trust and loyalty? Is it helping each other out in times of need? Is it giving everything and not wanting anything in return? Is it accepting others for who they are, and not what you want them to be? Is it something that should always be perfect like... Continue Reading →

Affect Of Genes On Behavior Of Child

Genetics and Heredity There is evidence available regarding that a child is similar in behavior to his or her parents. There have been debates on aggressive parents having aggressive children and agreeable parents being primary caregivers of their agreeable children. Most of the children have been raised up by their biological parents, and each of... Continue Reading →

Agenda of IMF and East Asia Crisis

IMF was created on some market failure basis. Keynes, the founder of IMF was afraid that market if left alone, may destroy people and make them unemployed. He pointed out the market failures and possible problems and gave IMF as a solution. He proposed an agenda that IMF can help the matters by pressurizing the... Continue Reading →

Freewill: An Illusion

Human beings are believed to be greatly aware of themselves, yet most of their decisions are governed by a variety of social, political and religious factors. The norms and traditions of a society also play their role in limiting and restricting the decisions and choices of its inhabitants. We may observe some free will at... Continue Reading →

The Cataclysm Wave Of Revolution

The wave of French revolution arose somewhere from 1987 to 1989 in various parts of Europe, especially in France, Poland, Dutch republic and Austria. And as a result, it finally broke out in the form of 5th October incident. The French revolution is very important in history because the French were considered one of the... Continue Reading →

Consumer Behavior – Applications

Consumer Behavior Consumer behavior is the study of how the consumer of a society thinks, makes reasoning, feels and make decisions and selections from the different types of items available. This helps the marketers to improve their techniques and strategies by understanding their perceptions and demands (Blackwell, 2006). The environment plays a very important role... Continue Reading →

Reading Habits Changing Over Time

Today, there is something missing in our lives, something which could help us grow in a beneficial way, which could help us improve our civilization and culture. That “something” is not some angel’s spell but actually it’s the ability and skill of reading which has been engraved deep down somewhere inside us. It’s not exactly... Continue Reading →

Should Certain Portions of Media be Censored?

Forms of censorship that exists to date on media censorship are based on moral, religious and political grounds. The proponents of these forms of censorship have various interests at heart ranging from personal to collective. While it is true that media censorship works in the favor of influential parties, for the most part, the collective... Continue Reading →

Can More Police Reduce Street Crimes?

Police play an important role in our daily lives and often we don’t acknowledge their importance on the streets as they stop the crime before it gets to us. Police are capable of preventing robbery, violence, sexual harassment, disorder by working in an efficient way. The common perception that exists in our mind set is... Continue Reading →

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