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Major Events and Effects of the Great Depression

Major Events and Effects of the Great Depression

Published on August 8th, 2018 | by Jelena D

Firstly, during the Great Depression the availability of jobs for women became very scarce because unemployed men were given their jobs while they stayed at home. The Great Depression also impacted the lives of children due ... Read More


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Psychology's Role in the Military

Psychology’s Role in the Military

Published on August 1st, 2018 | by Jelena D

One of the earliest cases of the use of psychology in military is found in the Bible in which the word shibboleth was used to test whether fugitives from the battle were Ephraimites or Gileadites. If ... Read More


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Fraternity Wives And Sorority Husbands

Published on July 28th, 2018 | by Jelena D

Greek Life is complicated. Sorority and Fraternity members have a lot to deal with through their respective organizations. But let’s face it. Greek Life isn’t the only reason they went to college. They also went for ... Read More


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Are Shakespeare's Plays Still Relevant?

Shakespearean Films

Published on July 18th, 2018 | by Jelena D

I love reading the plays, my favorite is Hamlet. Watching the films isn’t bad either. Here is a list of films that were Shakespearean inspired. As You Like It (1936) Laurence Olivier and Elisabeth Bergner starred ... Read More


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Economics Fundamentals: Understanding Oligopolies

Economics Fundamentals: Understanding Oligopolies

Published on July 13th, 2018 | by Jelena D

Oligopoly is the most interesting of all market structures. Being an intermediate market structure between perfect competition and monopoly, oligopoly is an industry where few mutually interdependent firms producing homogenous (homogeneous oligopoly) or differentiated products (differentiated ... Read More


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Are Shakespeare's Plays Still Relevant?

Are Shakespeare’s Plays Still Relevant?

Published on July 11th, 2018 | by Jelena D

It is almost four hundred years since Shakespeare, with a final flourish of his quill, completed the last of his plays. His work, however, is still played to sell-out audiences. His plays are still taught in ... Read More


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