Death penalty: where is it still applied?

The death penalty is a controversial topic that is still being debated in many countries around the world. Some countries have abolished the death penalty, while others continue to use it as a form of punishment. There is no one…

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Martin Parr: Documentary Photography at Work

In the world of documentary photography, Martin Parr is a giant. His work is characterized by its sharp satire and often controversial subject matter. Parr has been photographing British life for over four decades, and his images offer a unique…

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Diseases of the 19th Century

The 19th century was a time of great advances in medicine. However, it was also a time of great diseases. Many of the diseases that we now know how to treat or prevent were common during the 19th century. Here…

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Burnout: a social disease?

In recent years, the term “burnout” has become increasingly common. While it is often used to describe the feeling of being overwhelmed or exhausted, it can also be a serious condition that can have a significant impact on one’s health….

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Brown-out: the quest for meaning undermined

The article “Brown-out: the quest for meaning undermined” examines the phenomenon of “brown-outs” – periods of time when people feel emotionally drained and disconnected from the world around them. The author, Dr. Jeremy Coplan, suggests that brown-outs are becoming more…

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Why are Irish Travelers discriminated against?

The Irish Travelers are a group of people who have been historically discriminated against in Ireland. This is because they are a traditionally nomadic people, and they are often seen as being outside of mainstream society. This has led to…

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