Negative Impact Of Cultural Appropriation

Ignorance Fueling the Flame That is Cultural Appropriation There happens to be a wide misunderstanding of what cultural appropriation actually is. Nadra Kareem Nittle from the race relations section of About.com defines cultural appropriation as, “…typically [involving] members of a dominant group exploiting the culture of less privileged groups — often with little understanding of … Read more

Sociological jurisprudence characteristics

To know if the sociological and economic goals of the country is realised in the past 25 yrs thorough sociological jurisprudence, we have to first know about sociological jurisprudence. First of all what is sociological jurisprudence – SOCIOLOGICAL JURISPRUDENCE: Law is considered as a social fact or reality to form and change the society to … Read more

An Analysis of Zami: A New Spelling of My Name by Audre Lorde and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison as Examples of Intersectionality

“Intersectionality” is term coined by the academic scholar Kimberle Crenshaw to recognize the dimensions of identity when classifying an individual by gender, race, class, or sexuality. Each group holds a space of distinctive experiences that allows them to identify with unique struggles. Two written works that are examples of intersectionality are Zami: A New Spelling … Read more

Stages of Socialization

The human child comes into the world, as a biological organism with animal needs. He is gradually moulded in society into a social being and learns social ways of acting and feeling. No individual could become the person and no culture could exist without it. This process of moulding and shaping the personality of the … Read more

Sociological jurisprudence characteristics

To know if the sociological and economic goals of the country is realised in the past 25 yrs thorough sociological jurisprudence, we have to first know about sociological jurisprudence. First of all what is sociological jurisprudence – SOCIOLOGICAL JURISPRUDENCE: Law is considered as a social fact or reality to form and change the society to … Read more

Connection Between Music And Cultural Appropriation

Cultural Appropriation Cultural appropriation has occurred longer than people have understood the true meaning behind it. Kadia Blagrove of The Huffington Post explains cultural appropriation as, “a dominant group adopting/trivializing elements of a culture without acknowledging the existence of its original source, especially when the adopted culture belongs to an oppressed group,” (2016, p. 1). … Read more

Social Learning Theory and Its Development in the Observational Learning of Children

In order to learn how to behave, one needs to sometimes learn through observational learning. This is emphasized Albert Bandura’ social learning theory where humans learn new behaviors by observing and imitating others and by being rewarded or punished for it. The social learning theory is demonstrated in Bandura’s 1961 study on how children may … Read more