Tag Archives: privilege

Who’s in Charge Here? Rethinking Locus of Control

Last week in class I read about locus of control (either internal or external) being a cultural construct. For those who are already confused: locus of control refers to beliefs regarding who has the power to shape a person’s destiny. If you believe that you have the power, then you have an internal local of control. If you believe that your destiny is determined by outside forces, then you have an… Read Article →

October’s News

At the end of every month I’ll write a post about the current events that interested me. If I wanted to learn more or if it made me think, I’ll include it here! Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize in Literature. I like the Nobel Prizes. The recipients are usually a group of people I’ve not heard about who are doing work that I wish I had heard of. This… Read Article →