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Changing Attitudes in Research and Society towards Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals: A Meta-Narrative Review
Over the past 50 years, the United States has gone from viewing homosexuality as a mental illness to legalizing same-sex marriage. This widespread shift in attitude is not only the result of social movements but also a ...
Medicine in the Third Reich: An Exploration of Changes in the University of Berlin Medical Department under National Socialism
National Socialism caused pervasive ideological shifts in all areas of German culture and education, particularly the medical profession. The attitude of anti-Semitism and the practice of racial hygiene were prevalent, ...
Make America Populist Again: Examining the Causes and Effects of Populism in the 2016 Presidential Election
This paper examines American populism in its historical context and in relation to the current political landscape. Populism has a long history in the United States, taking multiple forms and pursuing manifold goals at ...