"Society" Blogs & Blog Posts

A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 
G-A-Y In The Subject FieldG-A-Y In The Subject Field

UK and international poet Roger N Taber focuses on his gay-interest poems a...

 
Ideas and ReviewsIdeas and Reviews

My blog is my venue for expression of anything I encounter from day to day ...

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
The CommentatorThe Commentator

A place that proves we know nothing.

 
CitiBitchCitiBitch

A blog in the life of a 30s "British Muslim" female, living and w...

 
Michael GoreyMichael Gorey

Random thoughts and observations by former regional newspaper editor Michae...

 


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What rules shaped humanity's original social networks? Researchers in Japan developed new mathematical models to understand what conditions produced traditional community structures and conventions around the world, including taboos about incest. Il...

Alone, as a pair or in groups - the diversity in social systems of primates is interesting because it may also provide insights into human social life. An evolutionary biologist from the German Primate Center - Leibniz Institute for Primate Research,...

As I hinted in my previous post, I’ve been meaning to write about this subject for some time, and I hope to do it justice. If what I write here seems scattered, it’s because I haven’t been keeping notes on my ideas, though I’v...

What follows here is a subjective, ideal scenario for my native region of the world, so if it doesn’t sit well with you, read this first sentence again. I was born in a Saxon town in Transilvania called Medwesch. Its name in Romanian is MediaČ™...

These days it's easy to resolve questions about paternity with over-the-counter test kits. Now, researchers have put DNA evidence together with long-term genealogical data to explore similar questions of biological fatherhood on a broad scale among p...

On voting rights

By Raoul Pop on Nov 10, 2019 in: Thoughts, society

Yesterday’s presidential elections in Romania have prompted me to write about something that’s been on my mind for some time: voting rights in a so-called “democratic” country. I’m concerned about the quality of the elec...

As the rate of population growth in developed or developing countries decreases, governments interested in managing their financial risk for social programs quite often offer one short-sighted solution: financial stimuli for making more children. The...