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To what extent is the world becoming more secular

Secular is a term used to say something is not religious. Secularisation is described by sociologist Wilson as, ‘the process whereby religious thinking, practice and institutions lose social significance.’ The secularisation thesis argues that it has occurred in modern society, due to a number of factors. However there is an argument that religion is still important to society; again due to a number of factors. Secular is a term used to say something is not religious. Secularisation is described by sociologist Wilson as, ‘the process whereby religious thinking, practice and institutions lose social significance.’ The secularisation thesis argues that it has occurred in modern society, due to a number of factors. However there is an argument that religion is still important to society; again due to a number of factors. Some sociologists argue that society is becoming more secular due to science and rationality, and the decline of traditional values. The strongest evidence for secularisation comes from church attendance statistics. According to the 1851 Census, 40% of the population attended church; however by 2005 this had dropped to 6.3% according to the 2006 English Church Census. Attendance at religious ceremonies such as baptisms has dramatically fallen. Sociologist Wilson and the New Right theory, sees the decline in church marriages, the rising divorce rate and the increase in cohabitation and number of children born outside marriage as evidence that religion and its moral value have little influence today. However, Interpretivist sociologists suggest these statistics should be treated with caution due to the previous century data may be unreliable; as the process of how it was collected can be different from now. Also different organisations use different counting methods. Sociologist Bellah argues that people who attend church are not necessarily practising religious belief and those who do believe may not see the need to attend. Religion is a…

Movie Review- Despicable Me

Despicably Cute
From shrink rays to ballet recitals, from cookie robots to fart guns. What could all of these possibly have in common? The latest Disney Pixar animated comedy Despicable Me will leave you laughing and contemplating, what is a real family This movie is mostly geared towards children but adults will love and laugh at it too! Despicable Me tells a story of a villain named Gru who is attempting to become more evil with his sinister plans for stealing the moon. Gru, who is voiced by Steve Carrell, faces many obstacles on his quest to become the most evil villain in the world. Throughout the movie the things and people he stumbles upon make him begin to contemplate if he really wants to go through with this plan of world domination. This helps to develop his character into more of a fatherly figure to three orphan girls.
Gru’s plan to steal the moon involves him needing a gadget called the shrink ray which one of his enemies has stolen; to get it back he comes up with a plan. He will attempt to adopt a child so he can infiltrate his lair and steal it back! Gru goes to the orphanage down the street and ends up leaving with not one, but three sisters to go through with this plan. The three little girls are not what he expected! The oldest is Margo (voiced by Miranda Cosgrove) then comes Edith (Dana Gaier) and last but not least Agnes (Elsie Fisher). Margo’s character is the brains of the three and usually makes the most rational decisions. Edith is the outgoing troublemaker and Agnes is the little girl who just wants love and attention that she thinks Gru will give her.
This movie was a debut for director Pierre Coffin and screenwriters Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio who have been working together since 1999. Paul and Daurio do a great job at putting in humor suitable for children to understand and adults to chuckle along too. The music fits perfectly with every scene and makes it easier to understand the tone that they are trying to portray….

rise of the novel

The English novel which was destined to live, in
fact out live all other forms of literature,
whether poetry or drama, and shine even today on
the horizon of English literature as a bright star,
actually rose and greatly developed in the 18th
century. The novel despite the presence of great
poetical works and the best periodical essays
stands out in this century not only as the most
popular but also the most enduring medium. In the eighteenth century the years
after the forties witnessed a wonderful
efflorescence of a new literary genre which
was soon to establish itself for all times to
come as the dominant literary form. Of
course, we are referring here to the English
novel which was born with Richardson’s
Pamela and has been thriving since then.
When Matthew Arnold used the epithets
“excellent” and “indispensable” for the
eighteenth century which had little of good
poetry or drama to boast of, he was probably
paying it due homage for its gift of the novel.
The eighteenth century was the age in which
the novel was established as the most
outstanding and enduring form of literature.
The periodical essay, which was another gift
of this century to English literature, was
born and died in the century, but the novel
was to enjoy an enduring career. It is to the
credit of the major eighteenth-century
novelists that they freed the novel from the
influence and elements of high flown
romance and fantasy, and used it to interpret
the everyday social and psychological
problems of the common man. Thus they
introduced realism, democratic spirit, and
psychological interest into the novel— the
qualities which have since then been
recognized as the essential prerequisites of-
every good novel and which distinguish it
from the romance and other impossible
stories.Reasons for the Rise and Popularity:
Various reasons can be adduced for
the rise and popularity of the novel in the
eighteenth century. The most important of…