Arts and Social Sciences Journal

ISSN: 2151-6200

Open Access

Volume 11, Issue 1 (2020)

Research Article Pages: 1 - 5

Politics in the Age of Advanced Technology

Prashobh Karunakaran, Man Djun Lee, Vayalooran Karuppan

DOI: 0

The Revolutions of 1989 caused the demise of communism leaving only a handful of countries calling themselves
communist. But communism is just a name given to a centralized controlled system albeit with an inclusion of repulsion
for religions. Post 1989, many countries carried on as totalitarian regimes together with controlled acceptance of
religion. Thereby the scene in 2018 is China who still calls herself a communist country, becoming the world’s second
largest economy and European countries increasingly being centrally controlled from Brussels. This has caused a
tremendous resurgence in the acceptance of centrally controlled systems worldwide. This paper also looks at politics
within the framework of currently accepted derivations from high technology and the similarities of these to the ideas
of the Founding Fathers of USA, who understood that the successful economy of their newly formed British colony
was clearly due to the citizens being allowed to bloom their innate talents.

Review Article Pages: 1 - 4

Overview of Social Development for Adolescents

Stalnaker RD

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Adolescence is a period of physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development. There has been much
discussion about the social task and challenges of adolescence. In this paper, we will explore how peers influence
gender roles, how adolescents think differently than children, how teenagers form a cultural identity role, and how
important it is that the adolescent develops an identity. We will introduce the interaction of peer group influence, and
the formation of identity as the adolescent develops physically, cognitively, and emotionally. At all ages especially
adolescence, we strive to fit in with a particular group, and that group, of course, influences us. The factors of
physical, cognitive, and emotional development will impact finding a cultural role and the adjustment of fitting into a
social group.

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