I actually did some research work this week (I know, crazy). And part of that involved going through a paper. The main thing that jumped out at me as I read it, was that you need to be really careful when you start writing about what can be concluded from your research. 762 more words
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Paper: When Theology Unites and Divides: The Changing Relationship between George Whitefield and John Cennick, by Tom Schwanda
On June 25th during the George Whitefield at 300 Conference held at Pembroke College, Oxford University, Tom Schwanda (Associate Professor of Christian Formation and Ministry, Wheaton College, IL) presented a paper about the relationship between two important figures in 18th century evangelical Christianity. 282 more words
"Union Strength, Neoliberalism, and Inequality: Contingent Political Analyses of U.S. Income Differences since 1950"
Do historically contingent political accounts help explain the growth in family income inequality in the United States? David Jacobs & Lindsey Myers use time-series regressions based on 60 years to detect such relationships by assessing interactive associations between the neoliberal departure coincident with Ronald Reagan’s election and the acceleration in inequality that began soon after Reagan took office. 107 more words