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Beekeeping Guide for All Ages

Beekeeping, or apiculture, is becoming more and more popular among people of all ages. Being able to harvest your own local honey is fun, fulfilling, and great for your health. It’s easier than you might think to run your own  →

Ham Radio Resource Guide

Ham radio, also known as amateur radio, offers a way for individuals to communicate with others around the world. Many enjoy ham radio as a hobby, learning about radio communication and building radios from the ground up to carry out  →

Grammar, English, And Language

There are many different aspects to the English language but let’s start with a few of the basics. These are all critical elements to writing anything for school or professional life, including writing anything from a literature review for a  →

The Benefits of Youth Mixed Martial Arts and the Problem of Misinformation

Like many other activities for young people, mixed martial arts offer children the opportunity to take full advantage of their flexible joints, high level of energy, and enthusiasm to learn new skills. In addition, unlike many sports that are merely  →

Difference Between Research Questions or Hypothesis

A research question is a highly focused question that addresses one concept or component of the hypothesis whereas the hypothesis itself is used to state the relationship between two variables. The purpose of the study I am undertaking is to  →

Purpose of Social Research

In addition to providing a more grounded and quantifiable way to understand our society and the future of vast societal movements and changes, social research offers us the ability to look at large issues in a more focused, carefully-presented, and  →

Women, Science, and Professional Limitations

Due to disparities in the proportions of men versus women who obtain significant career advancement in the sciences, no matter which sector is chosen (educational, research, etc.) it appears that women are lacking the motivation to enter advanced science fields  →

Placing Balanced, Appropriate Value on Educators Relative to Other Professions

While some schools have experimented with incentive-based salary increases for teachers based on objective standards such as test achievement, this seems like an unbalanced cornerstone for determining a teacher’s worth as test results vary greatly across districts and class types.  →

Transpersonal Theory and Social Work Practice in Children’s Services

The practice of integrating transpersonal theories in social work in the field of children’s services is essential as without it, the profession as a whole is overlooking one of the broadest and most significant areas of human behavior and thought.  →

Approaching the “Safe Haven” Law Through Theoretical Application

Nebraska is the only place in the United States with an open “safe haven” law that allows parents to abandon their children at an approved hospital without fear of legal reprisal, regardless of their age or the situation; the only  →