A hippie commune is a group living arrangement in which property, food and sometimes income are shared in an attempt to develop a sense of community, mutual trust and friendship. Hippie communes became popular in the 196... More »

Hippies were people who rejected the mainstream politics of the 1960s and 1970s. The term was derived from "hip" or "hipster," adjectives applied to the beatniks of the 1950s. More »

World Heritage is the attempt to capture those cultural and geographic aspects of the global community that profoundly impact mankind, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Wo... More »

One's national identity refers to the sense of belonging one has to a state or a nation, or a sense of solidarity one feels with a particular group without regard to one's actual citizenship status. This is not a trait w... More »

Some good ways to prevent bullying are to pay attention to incidents of bullying, create a sense of community, empathy and trust, and have an anti-bullying code or a code of conduct that everyone abides by. Having leader... More »

Whether any real Utopian society exists is highly questionable, although there were a number of 19th century American communities that attempted to create their own normally highly religious utopias, most notably George ... More »

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Some ways to help people in need include making a monetary or property donation to a charity, volunteering at a nonprofit organization, or participating in a community or group for the advancement of a particular segment... More »

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