Q: I'm not sure my question belongs here, what should I do?
A: Post it anyway. If it's not in the right place I'll just tell you where it probably would have been best to post it and move it there or something. On the other hand you could also have a question that does require some more indepth research. I'd access if this is the kind of question you have and if it is try first doing some of your own personal research and posting it up when you have done all that you can. Then you can ask people to help you add on to your research.
Q: I see some topics of research already started. Am I only allowed to read and not make comments or may I?
A: If you feel you can contribute something to someone's research then by all means offer by posting or sending them a private message and asking the person personally. There is no reason why you should feel like you have to be walking on egg shells in this section it is a place for learning.
Q: Well I see all sorts of historical, spiritual, and religious topics in this section does that mean I can post about normal mundane subject matters that I am researching?
A: It does not mean that you cannot post a topic in regards to your own research on a life issue or whatever it may be. For instance if you are doing a survey of how many people are spiritual vs. religious then you may feel free to post it here because that indeed has to do with studying culture and research of course. Another example you could be doing a survey on is how many people prefer Homeopathic remedies to seeing an actual doctor.
"For many are called, but few are chosen" - Matthew 22:14 ver. New American Standard.
"Though my soul is born from darkness, it shall rise in perfect light, I have loved the stars too fondly, to be fearful of the night". Unknown
"On those nights that I gazed upon the full moon in longing it was always you that my heart was calling." - me