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Sigmund Freud: Vienna’s Best

        Sigmund Freud is one of Austria’s most famous people. He was a neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis. He was known as one of the most brilliant thinkers of the 20th century. He focused on the mind in his work and came up with some interesting theories that people did not quite understand at that time.

Sigmund Freud studied many different topics. He is mostly known for his theory of Unconscious. He was one of the first people to bring up this theory and what it means exactly. He stated that human behavior is normally hidden in our heads. Our mental processes have different states that can determine these actions. When you have a slip of the tongue or weird dreams, there are reasons that you do this. He believed we all made choices whether conscious or not.

Infantile Sexuality is the first theory that we think about when someone says Freud’s name. This was his biggest and most known theory. He believed there were several stages in this theory. As an infant, there is the oral stage. When babies are born, they get pleasure from sucking. The next stage is the anal stage. This states that a child will show interest in sexual parts and see that they are sites of pleasure.  There is a phallic stage and the Oedipus complex. This is all a part of human development.

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Society and Culture

Germany has a country area of 357,019 square kilometers. The population growth recorded in 2011 is 81,471,844. The projection by the World Bank states the German population to decline in 2015 and become 80.3 million. Germany has an average density in population which records a figure of 230 per sq. Germany is the most densely populated state of the European Union. The three cities of Germany: – Berlin, Bremen and Hamburg are considered to be very populated. Apart from that the most populous state in the west is North Rhine with 18.03 million. In the south, the most populated state is Bavaria which has a population of 12.49 million. The population in the parts which were the former East Germany has always remained to be below the national average. The overall statistics about Germany reveals that there are 84 large cities which has a population of over 100000. The birth rate of Germany is one of the lowest when compared to other countries in the world. The birth rate is 1.3 per family in Germany. In 1972 a negative population growth was registered. An increase was seen in the years through to 1989, but was mainly due to immigration. 2000 saw a decrease in immigrants, which effected the population rate. 13.3 percent of the German population is from below the age group of 14.  The population of the mass in Germany which is in between the age groups of 15 to 64 is 66.1 percent and the other population age percentage is 20.6 percent for ages from 65 and over.

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