Anthropology: What Is This Concept We Refer to as Mental Health?

Mental health. It is becoming a bigger topic every day, and it is simply inevitable to educate yourself about it. In recent years, there has been increasing acknowledgement of the important role mental health plays in achieving global development goals, … Continue reading Anthropology: What Is This Concept We Refer to as Mental Health?

Anthropology: The Myth of Miscommunication Between the Genders

From the patriarchal society of the 70s to the progressive movements we’re experiencing today, gender inequality has always been a prominent component of humanity. One area of interest, in particular for linguists, is the cause of supposed miscommunication between the … Continue reading Anthropology: The Myth of Miscommunication Between the Genders

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Anthropology: Mental Health of Children and Adolescents During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The global pandemic is one of the most studied topics among scholars interested in the social and cultural implications of COVID-19. It provides an experiment on its effects on society. Along with adults and the elderly, children, and adolescents around … Continue reading Anthropology: Mental Health of Children and Adolescents During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Anthropology: Ayahuasca, an Amazon Plant Medicine Believed to Confer Psycho-Spiritual Powers

Ayahuasca, also known as yage, hoasca, or caapi, is a plant medicine used for thousands of years by the indigenous people of the Amazon. From the Quechua language of the Incas, the word ayahuasca means “the vine of the dead” … Continue reading Anthropology: Ayahuasca, an Amazon Plant Medicine Believed to Confer Psycho-Spiritual Powers

Psychological Anthropology: Exploring Behavior Through Sociocultural Thought Processes

Anthropology incurs several subfields due to its versatility in its discussions and topics. The topic’s subfields may include linguistic, archeological, biological, and cultural sectors. Therefore, the subject has shown substantial potential when it comes to connecting with other subjects. One … Continue reading Psychological Anthropology: Exploring Behavior Through Sociocultural Thought Processes

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Banality of Evil: The Story of Reserve Police Battalion 101 in Relation to Thinking and Judgement

This is a case study of man’s capacity for brutality and bloodshed. 13th July 1942, in the Polish town of Józefów, a police battalion of 500 men slaughtered 1500 Jews. A year later, the same battalion participated in the horrendous … Continue reading Banality of Evil: The Story of Reserve Police Battalion 101 in Relation to Thinking and Judgement

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The Correlation Between the Story of Narcissus and Today’s Culture in Society

The story of Narcissus has been a big inspiration for people from different fields, starting from art and literature to philosophy, psychology, and sociology. This is because it contains a lot of elements that have strong roots in our lives. … Continue reading The Correlation Between the Story of Narcissus and Today’s Culture in Society