One of the most important theories to understand deviant and criminal behavior, American sociologist Howard S. Becker’s1963 book Outsiders is one of the clearest, if not the earliest, statements of the “labeling” approach to the study of deviance.
This concept developed by American sociologist George Ritzer first appeared in his 1993 bestselling book, The McDonaldization of Society. Since then it has become a central concept within the field of sociology, particularly within […]
The silos can be broken. Here is an attempt. Read the second article in the series titled “Breaking Organizational Silos”.
Silos are present in almost every organization. And it is time that the thought leaders across businesses, geographies and organizations started focusing more on the challenges that silos present so that silos can be weeded out.
This article argues how the Government should start investing more in education to cut down healthcare costs.
Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe.
The pursuit of happiness you see is much like walking on a treadmill. You have to keep walking to stay at the same place.