Why is it so hard to solve conflict in the United States?

With the current crisis in Ukraine, a new study suggests the United Nations needs to look at conflict as a family definition, rather than as an academic concept.“Conflict is a family-based concept that we need to have a new vocabulary in order to understand and address this challenge,” said Dr. Anastasia Krivoshenko, a professor of sociology at Cornell University who […]

How do I win a Meritocracy Theory sociological theory,merits sociology,class analysis sociology,secondary group sociology

I have been following this issue closely for some time now.As a result, I am aware that the term “meritocratic” is used quite a bit in this area, and is a widely used shorthand for an idea that it is possible to be either meritocratic or not.In its most basic sense, a meritocratic society is one in which all members […]

Which is more Confrontational? Confrontation or Confusion?

Confrontations in American society have always been a hot topic.We see them now as we see them in the political sphere.And while there is no denying the fact that these are often divisive issues, there is one aspect of these issues that is almost never discussed: The power of Confidence in Confidence.As we all know, the American political process is […]