To the uninformed traveler driving through the United States, a look at the map might suggest little variation as they pass through the arid west. Looking at Nevada and Utah specifically may provoke a similar response due to their similar physical geographies and similar size.
If the Dunkin’ Donuts slogan could be revised to reflect the true nature of the country with just one word changed, it would not read “America runs on Dunkin.” Rather, “America runs on fast food” would be much more appropriate.
The rise of western science through the Scientific Revolution, especially breakthroughs in anthropology, attempted to understand the human gender, leading to arbitrarily defined characteristics to distinguish between male and female.
NOTE: This study is not safe for work, and may not be appropriate for people of a certain age– all of this however is at your discretion. With that said, this study examines a topic most people consider taboo: masturbation. We’ll take a look at it from several angles in hopes that we may beREAD MORE
2015 has proven itself to be a landmark year in regards to the representation of minority groups. Whether it be in television (Jessica Jones), film (Mad Max: Fury Road), or reality itself, efforts have been made to appeal to the incredibly diverse audience that is the 21st century; but how successful has it really been?READ MORE
You know those songs you hear on the radio, or through iTunes (or some other popular music platform), that you can’t seem to get out of your head? What if I told you that it was all part of a model to get consumers to buy and buy and buy? What if I told you thisREAD MORE
This study explores the effect of race, gender, and age in the Ferguson Indictment Case of Officer Darren Wilson. 329 individuals were asked whether they agreed or disagreed with the Grand Jury’s decision to not indict Darren Wilson. All relevant data is provided below–logged in users are able to download the .docx and .xlsx. ClickREAD MORE