Cyberbullying and Street Gangs
with No Comments

Post No.: 0896   Furrywisepuppy says:   All genders get bullied, pretty and ugly people get bullied, short and tall people get bullied, studious and slack people get bullied…   And almost anyone can turn into a bully sometimes. Even … Read More

The Inclusion, Exclusion and Cessation of Refugee Status
with No Comments

Post No.: 0895   Fluffystealthkitten says:   So according to Post No.: 0878 by Furrywisepuppy, the 3 key elements in the definition of a refugee is a person with a ‘well-founded fear of persecution’ – namely the risk (the fear … Read More

You Don’t Need Eyes to See, You Need Vision
with No Comments

Post No.: 0894   Furrywisepuppy says:   Great leaders have an authentic yet urgent and uncompromising vision and are brilliant at communicating that vision in-person to others to get people energised and compelled by it. This vision addresses why they … Read More

Dogmas Relieve Our Uncertainty
with No Comments

Post No.: 0893   Furrywisepuppy says:   Uncertainty is unsettling, so we seek ways to alleviate uncertainty. And religion offers us a set menu of answers like to questions pertaining to the meaning of life, how to live a good … Read More

Assorted Errors of Attribution
with No Comments

Post No.: 0892   Fluffystealthkitten says:   As our spaceship descends onto an alien regolith, the fine dust kicks out and blinds our cameras before settling down.   Furrywisepuppy says:   We then send our robot doggy Rover out to … Read More

Reading Beyond the Headlines
with No Comments

Post No.: 0891   Furrywisepuppy says:   It’s vital to read beyond the headlines and understand the details (ideally of the original academic papers or references) when reading science news e.g. when gathering calorie consumption versus BMI data, some people … Read More

The Conjunction Fallacy and Coherent Stories
with No Comments

Post No.: 0890   Furrywisepuppy says:   Inside our brains are various motives and impulses trying to drive us one way or another, and it all only seems coherent to our conscious mind (if we don’t have split-brain syndrome) because … Read More

It’s How We Mend Any Rifts That Matters
with No Comments

Post No.: 0889   Fluffystealthkitten says:   The occasional row is pretty much inevitable in any family relationship or friendship – it’s how they’re handled and how we mend any rifts that most matters. It should be logical that the … Read More

A Better Balance Between Capitalism and Socialism?
with No Comments

Post No.: 0888   Furrywisepuppy says:   Democracy and communism concern who decides who rules. Capitalism and socialism concern economic systems. So democracy and socialism aren’t actually mutually exclusive, and communism and socialism aren’t really synonyms of each other.   … Read More

When Our Past Experience and Expertise Can Fail Us in Business
with No Comments

Post No.: 0887   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Our instinctive emotional responses are fast, which aids our survival when we have no time to conduct a deep analysis of our options, like when sensing a potential hungry fuzzy beast lurking in … Read More

Oversimplifying the Subject
with No Comments

Post No.: 0886   Furrywisepuppy says:   There’s enormous competition from everywhere vying for our attentions. And video content generally grabs our attention far more effectively than walls of text. Yet even here, people’s attention spans with videos are low … Read More

Feeling Confident in Our Own Skin
with No Comments

Post No.: 0885   Furrywisepuppy says:   Fuelled by the media and beauty industry, it seems like the age for females, in particular, feeling worried about the signs of ageing is getting ever younger. It’s super to try to keep … Read More

Suffering in Silence
with No Comments

Post No.: 0884   Furrywisepuppy says:   One reason why some people don’t consider seeking help for a potential mental health problem (which is usually far less visible than a physical health problem) is because they don’t know any differently … Read More

Martial Arts are for Self-Control and Self-Discipline
with No Comments

Post No.: 0883   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Regarding bullying and harassment, particularly in schools – some bystanders to incidents outwardly appear to side with the bullies in order to not be a target of them themselves. But these self-preservation strategies … Read More

Being Adopted, and Missing School, on a Child’s Prospects
with No Comments

Post No.: 0882   Furrywisepuppy says:   Different approaches to teaching, teacher training levels on the subjects they teach, and family socio-economic status conditions, result in different academic outcomes in pupils. Measures of teacher preparation and certification are by far … Read More

Journalists and Journalistic Pressures
with No Comments

Post No.: 0881   Fluffystealthkitten says:   Journalists are typically rushed with tight deadlines. Word limits are useful but can be constraining. And they must follow the market forces of supply and demand.   One consequence of the latter is … Read More

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons