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Kristine Millar has been a writer for many years and has had several articles published in the traditional way. She holds a first class honours degree in anthropology and has qualifications in both psychology and professional writing.

Her studies at university have given rise to a style which favours a cross-disciplinary approach to research in the analysis of social issues and human culture.

Her writing aptitude provides her with an ability to explain complex concepts in a manner which is accessible to the average reader.

She enjoys writing on a wide variety of topics from popular culture to more serious social issues. She recently published a philosophy book which explored, among other things, our human potential.

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The Power of Cultural Symbolism

Symbols which are used in society are a much more important part of our cultural fabric than we might realise. Unlike signs which simply convey or communicate an idea, the symbols which we routinely use carry so much more power and meaning. In fact, symbols are vehicles through which we conceptualise our world and reinforce our norms and values. Whether the symbol is a gesture or an object or a combination of both, its utility serves to reinforce concepts, convey meaning and solidify our social customs. Symbolic representations are not only effective in helping us understand our world, but they also have the power to evoke great emotional and psychological responses from us. | Read More →

Words: 1181   Downloads: 0   Category: Social Sciences   By: KM Millar

Sex, Gender and Androgyny

This article examines how society constructs masculine and feminine gender identities to which we must conform. Our biological sex has always been linked to our gender identities. However, times have changed as is seen from the rise in prevalence of androgynous individuals who are defining their own gender boundaries. | Read More →

Words: 1037   Downloads: 0   Category: Social Sciences   By: KM Millar

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