Author Archives: Caleb McCullough

We’re Tired of Living in a House

In the picture book “We Were Tired of Living in a House” by Liesel Moak Skorpen the illustrations and words work together to give a complete image.  In the first image the picture and the words work together to establish … Continue reading

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The Campus

This film project has been a bit of a roller coaster.  At first I was worried about how it would be working in a group and on a film, then I began to get excited, and then I realized how … Continue reading

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Not all millenials (fact check)

“Not all millennials are financially dependent partiers — 20 percent are totally the opposite” Not all millennials are financially dependent partiers — 20 percent are totally the opposite Claim: The millennial despite having a stereotype of being lazy and leeching … Continue reading

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Adulthood by Circumstance

Krettenauer, Tobia, Et. Al. “Age-Related Differences In Moral Identity Across Adulthood.” Developmental Psychology. Wilfred Laurier University, June 1 2016. Academic Search Complete. The article studies the range of ages in which people find moral self-definition. It states how it moral … Continue reading

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One Easy Trick for Manhood, Sociologists Hate It!!!

The term coming of age refers to the process of becoming an adult in the eyes of one’s society.  Where I would view the transition to adulthood as a personal journey in which one learns responsibility and other key traits … Continue reading

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