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(3 of 5) The Price of Inequality In 2008, Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett made headlines with The Spirit Level, a ground-breaking book that argued that rising levels of inequality were leading directly to unhappier, unhealthier societies. Three years on, we have decided to look at the latest data and see if their central thesis still holds. Does greater equality benefit everyone? (US = orange) Sources on slide 5.

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There are different types of  degrees in psychology you can choose to pursue a career in this field, such as a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science degree. You can also earn a master’s degree in psychology or at the doctoral level, you can decide between a PhD or a Doctor of Psychology, or PsyD.


Miss B's Quick Guide To...Functionalism Just a quick self explanatory video on how functionalism works in today's society. Everything is more connected then we all are aware of.


Education levels around the world...Many people ask us why we have to go "All the way to Africa to help people"? They have far less resources than you do! "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me". Matthew 25:40