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Terrorism is a topic that has long attracted the attention of political scientists, sociologists, and national security experts. One of the basic observations of the field is that one person’s freedom fighter is another person’s terrorists. This has lead to a long discussion about who, exactly, is labeled as terrorist. In Socius, the ASA’s openContinue reading “Who Does the Media Call a Terrorist?”
President’s Day is a game I do not wish to play. I don’t pick a team and cheer for that side. I sigh in despair and move along. Monuments and dollar bills don’t draw my pride. Why should I celebrate and jump for joy? Presidents are popular because of the wars and mayhem they cause.Continue reading “What is President’s Day to Me?”
Check out these fellowship opportunities, courtesy of Rutgers: Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing J. Robert Beyster Fellowship, Louis O. Kelso Fellowship & Other Fellowships The Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing invites applications from doctoral students and pre/postContinue reading “Fellowships for research on employee ownership and profit sharing”
We’ve had 46 presidents of the United States, 49 vice presidents, 115 Supreme court justices, and tons of Senators and Representatives. We have impeached 3 presidents, zero convictions. No Vice Presidents were impeached, but Spiro Agnew resigned in the face of tax charges. Fourteen senators were expelled in the Civil War, and only one otherContinue reading “Impeachment: A Constitutional Constraint that Does Not Work”
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Katherine Chen is a sociologist at CUNY. Read more about her at enablingcreativechaos.com. Fabio Rojas is a sociologist at Indiana University. Read more about him at fabiorojas.net.
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