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Social and Physical Disorder in the Urban Metropolis #ferrol #galiza #spain

Ferrol Vello, the old town of the third larger metropolitan areas of the Autonomous Community of Galicia (Spain) (163,669 inhabitants in 2009) Clear example of social and physical disorder in urban metropolis. 219 more words

Sociology Of Development

picnic at the park... in the rain.

Jeffrey’s division got together and decided to do a picnic together. Mind you this decision was made a week ago after a ship wide mandatory family event based around the fact that the ship is moving home port across the bay. 208 more words

Military

Will Never Understand

I’m so lonely.
And I am having a harder and harder time with people and even leaving my apartment. My anxiety is so bad. Hyperventilating attacks are a daily thing. 199 more words

Letter to self

Dear future self,

This is where you are in life right now.

Waiting. Hopefully you’ve stayed patient and hung in there like a champ. The waiting game feels like it is longer than what it ever really is. 334 more words

Military

The Destruction of America Continues

Barack Obama promised change and he is delivering on that promise.  Unfortunately for America, Mr. Obama fed the voters a load of fertilizer that was eagerly accepted as perfume and rolled in accordingly by the guilt-laden, the gullible and the avaricious to the extent that this snake oil salesman has been given additional time to wreak vengeance on a society that he regards as being the mother lode of the causes of every problem in the world. 646 more words

Barack Obama

Fear of Violence at the Intersections of Sexuality, Gender, and Race and Ethnicity

A great deal of victimization research has investigated factors that explain differences in fear of crime, including prior victimization, community disorder, and population density. A number of scholars have examined gender differences in fear, consistently finding that women experience greater levels of fear than men. 944 more words

LGBT

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So ... Who's In Charge?

In 1995 Robert D. Putnam authored an essay titled Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital which in 2000 was followed by a book titled Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. 1,087 more words

Conservative Thought And Politics