The cost of a holiday can vary greatly depending on a number of factors, such as the destination, the time of year, the length of stay, and the type of accommodations and activities. On average, a holiday can cost anywhere … Continue reading How Can I Get a Loan to Go Travelling if I Have Bad Credit?
Alcoholism Is Common Alcoholism is a common problem. Those of us who do not drink as much as the next person observe drinking as a casual event among family and friends. Drinking alcohol is done for pleasure, whether alone or … Continue reading Making Sense and Use of Alcoholism Treatment in the United States and Europe in the 21st Century
The people of the Independent State of Samoa are known as the ‘happy people’ for their celebrations for nature and fun. Samoans will tell you their informal name ‘happy people’ comes from ‘aiga’, which means family; family is the general … Continue reading Tāgāti’a: Samoan Darts You Will Never See at the Pub, Bar, or the Olympics
Recently, “Work-Life Balance” has become a buzzword used amongst employees and firms. Maintaining a consistent equilibrium between leisure and career is such an emphasized matter in today’s employment scene. Somehow, workers and students alike must be vigorous in their work, … Continue reading Work-Life Balance and Its Importance in the Modern Workplace
The mixed martial artist known for his phenomenal fighting techniques, Khabib Nurmagomedov, retired a year ago, which got a lot of attention all over the world. I came across many artists drawing his portraits and posting them on the social … Continue reading Anthropology of Wrestling and Its Cultural Vectors: Sport or Spectacle?
Strikes in France The French have the reputation of being very keen on going on strikes. Or so they say. If you are French or have French friends, that is probably a stereotype that comes up a lot. But why? … Continue reading An Analysis of Strikes in France
Welcome back to another week of the anthropology in fashion series, where we learn about the traditional dresses from one region in the world every week. From this week we’ll start looking into traditional clothing from the different regions in … Continue reading Anthropology in Fashion: Cultural Clothing in the Greater Antilles and Lucayan Archipelago
Knife crime, along with cybercrime and social media hate crime, is one of the main social issues in the United Kingdom. Every incident of stabbings sparks a public debate about insecurity, lack of trust in police, offender motivations, and deviant … Continue reading Anthropology: Exploration of Gang Culture and Knife Crime in the UK
Recently, the Internet has housed a plethora of articles and social commentary on the ‘tradwife’ subculture. Tradwives are taking to social media to blog about their self-proclaimed superior lives and disseminate messages about a woman’s role in Western society. The … Continue reading Anthropology: The Recent Re-Emergence of the Controversial Tradwife Subculture