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Mental illness as a form of deviance

I recently decided to spruce up my blog and biography. Having thought long and hard about how to summarise my professional interests, I settled upon the following statement: 520 more words


Labor Day

Is it just another holiday or a day in which we should realize the capitalistic oppression the bourgeoisie has placed upon society?





Natural Selection against Europeans: Why the Silence?

Natural Selection against Europeans: Why the Silence?

Kevin MacDonald

At his blog West Hunter, Greg Cochran writes 

Natural selection is not an odd, unusual, poorly understood phenomenon like ball lighting.

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Frosh's Feelings

I recently read Stephen Frosh’s (2011) book Feelings and was somewhat disappointed. It seems to me that Frosh isn’t really talking about feelings as such – he concentrates his discussions on Western emotion categories (e.g. 288 more words


What is Being Mode?

In nonalienated activity, I experience myself as the subject of my activity. Nonalienated activity is a process of giving birth to something, of producing something and remaining related to what I produce.

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Hybrid Masculinities and Sexual Aesthetics

Sociology professor Tristan Bridges was interviewed earlier this summer as part of The Society Pages Office Hours podcast:

Tristan is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at The College at Brockport, State University of New York.

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