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Washington Times: Conservative professors winning legal battles but losing campus culture war

Very good article on discrimination in academia against social conservatives.

By Valerie Richardson – The Washington Times – Monday, March 23, 2015

First the case of: Teresa Wagner… 1,059 more words

Liberals

Outrage Addiction and other Alternatives: On Drudgification of US Liberal Punditry

A little over ten years ago, when I was particularly depoliticized after becoming very frustrated with the anti-war movement,a few liberals banded together to form Air America, the left-liberal alternative to conservative talk radio.  1,644 more words

Historigraphy

Hiding who pays: When disaster relief becomes a disaster

Miley, F. M., & Read, A. F. (2015). Hiding who pays: When disaster relief becomes a disaster. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference, Canberra. 125 more words

History

Cultural Hegemony: How the Media is Controlling Our Culture

“Whoever controls the media, the images, controls the culture”

This quote that is at the top of my blog page is by Allen Ginsburg. He was a wonderful poet who was popular in the 1950s. 456 more words

Media Literacy

The media and Islam

Mass media has played a critical role in history and continues to play a major role in society today. The information made available through media outlets both directly and via indirect mechanisms has a direct effect on the way society thinks and behaves (Britt, 2003). 2,426 more words

Convergence

More than 400 tweets on Charlie Hebdo, freedom of speech, cartoons, terrorism, hypocrisy, power politics, manipulation, etc.

Here are several of my tweets concerning the Charlie Hebdo affair and the many fundamental issues it touches upon. I’ve been sad about so many horrible things happening in our world that the Charlie Hebdo incident just highlighted for me in such a stark way. 12,286 more words

Cultural Hegemony

A million articles and resources related to the Charlie Hebdo affair

As I had said in a recent post, I’ve so busy reading so many great tweets (phrases and pictures) and articles and comments on the Charlie Hebdo affair, that I had no time left to say much. 2,197 more words

Cultural Hegemony