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John Hite posted a blog post

The Science and Psychology of Handwriting

The scientists claim that numerous irritations of various quality and intensity are continuously received on the large brain hemisphere, both from the external environment and from the internal environment of the organism itself. All this encounters, collides, interacts and should eventually be systematized, balanced, so to speak, end with a dynamic stereotype in the process of handwriting.The…See More
Aug 9
John Hite posted a blog post

Sociology and Human Brain - Two Aspects

The investigation of the human brain is unquestionably an interesting subject. Be that as it may, it can likewise be verifiable scary: particularly for those of us who inclined toward the sociologies since we felt more happy with examining individuals and social orders than contemplating cells, particles, and iotas. In any case, notwithstanding for those of us who may be to some degree scared by the physical sciences, the investigation of neuroscience can offer us some enlightening and…See More
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The Science and Psychology of Handwriting

The scientists claim that numerous irritations of various quality and intensity are continuously received on the large brain hemisphere, both from the external environment and from the internal environment of the organism itself. All this encounters, collides, interacts and should eventually be systematized, balanced, so to speak, end with a dynamic stereotype in the process of…

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Posted by John Hite on August 9, 2018 at 1:16am

Sociology and Human Brain - Two Aspects

The investigation of the human brain is unquestionably an interesting subject. Be that as it may, it can likewise be verifiable scary: particularly for those of us who inclined toward the sociologies since we felt more happy with examining individuals and social orders than contemplating cells, particles, and iotas. In any case, notwithstanding for those of us who may be to some degree scared by the physical sciences, the investigation of neuroscience can offer us some enlightening and…

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Posted by John Hite on August 1, 2018 at 12:49am

Interview of Applied Anthropologists

Hello All, 

My name is Adam Harris. I am currently a senior undergraduate student at North Carolina State University majoring in Anthropology. Currently I am taking an applied anthropology course and I am tasked with conducting an interview (via phone or otherwise) with two individuals practicing Anthropology with at least a masters degree. I do hope that I can come into contact with more Anthropologists using this forum to find out more about the field and the members in it. …

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Posted by Adam Harris on April 1, 2018 at 3:53pm

What To Do With Anthropology Degree

Anthropology has seen a drastic change within the last few years. According to statistics, the demand for anthropologists right across the global workforce will increase by 38% by 2026. Anthropologists used to be confined to an academic future with no promise of expanding their horizons into anything but anthropology. Today, we see an entirely new universe opening up with even wider opportunities…

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Posted by Eric Nelson on March 13, 2018 at 8:00am

Survey on Attitudes Toward Sustainable Tourism

The Anthropology of Tourism Interest Group (ATIG) at the American Anthropological Association is conducting a survey on attitudes towards sustainable tourism. This is designed to follow up on the research done last spring on the same topic with ATIG members, which was inspired by the UN World Tourism Organization's year of Sustainable Tourism. The results of the survey were…
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Posted by SfAAadmin on March 1, 2018 at 8:56am

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2018 Conference of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology

Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology Annual Conference, October 11-13, 2018.  Norfolk, Virginia.  Theme: “Translating Complexity into Action.”  Open to all applied social scientists, as…Continue

Started by Lubomir Popov in American Indian Contributions to Applied Anthropology Jan 22.

2017 AACS conference EXTENDED DEADLINE CFP June 16, 2017

2017 AACS CONFERENCEEXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: June 16, 2017CALL FOR POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS (CFP)Annual ConferenceOctober 5-7, 2017Cleveland, OhioOpen to academics, policy, program and project…Continue

Started by Lubomir Popov in SfAA General Discussion Forum May 27, 2017.

CFP 2017 Conference of the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology (AACS)

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS (CFP)2017 Annual Conference of Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology (AACS)October 5-7, 2017 “Use Sociology”Deadline for submissions: May 15, 2017Open to academics,…Continue

Started by Lubomir Popov in SfAA General Discussion Forum Mar 26, 2017.

CFP; AAA Annual Meeting: Panel on Refugees

Panel: The Effects of Recent Changes in National and International Governments and Policies on Refugee Experiences in Host Countries Contact: Russell Manzano at…Continue

Tags: policy, conference, AAA, migration, refugees

Started by Russell E Manzano in SfAA General Discussion Forum Mar 21, 2017.

 
 
 

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