Friday, 24 June 2011

Sociology and the Middle East Oil Problem

I'm taking two classes, and having an interesting experience in both. One of them I've already posted on, the abnormal psychology class. Today I'm posting about my other class, the sociology (uh-oh) class. There have been red flags (as you can imagine) all over the stuff that I'm reading in the textbook, although it is at the same time fascinating.
This week, one of the topics involves  U.S. policies regarding the Middle East.

Here is what I posted there on the topic, with a couple of interesting links:

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