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Sociology outside the United States: Sociology in Argentina


Sociology outside the United States

Sociology in Argentina

Claudio E. Benzecry

Mariana Heredia

“In a couple of recent review essays in the American Journal of Sociology, Andrew Abbott adopts the nom de plume “Barbara Celarent” to discuss two books first published in Argentina, one from the nineteenth century, Domingo Sarmiento’s Facundo, and a second one from the late 1970s, Gino Germani’s Authoritarianism, Fascism, and National Populism. 241 more words

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The Minister for Home Affairs

Content note: This piece includes graphic discussion of suicide and reference to abuse

Just as I said I wouldn’t, I forgot them, and their stories got tangled up with all the other distant horrors. 734 more words


For Texas GOP, the special session may be The Most Dangerous Game

Good day Austin:

It turns out that the Texas Disposal System’s Exotic Game Ranch in Creedmoor is really quite lovely and very cool.

Not at all what I expected at a landfill on the outskirts of Travis County. 3,288 more words


Australian Constitutional scalps?

Most Australians have no idea of the contents of our constitution. Dennis Denuto is probably one of the more versed. In America we know the 1st Ammendment is all about freedom of speech, the 2nd about the right to bear arms and we know what pleading the 5th is about. 179 more words


Still Seeking Statewide Democrats

As Greg Abbott announces his re-election campaign, Democrats are still left wondering who will carry the Donkey flag in 2018 for governor and the other statewide offices. 424 more words


Bonuses For Texas Teachers And Healthcare Help For Retirees

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)  Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick wants to help current and retired teachers with millions of dollars in bonuses.

He outlined his plan during a news conference at the state Capitol days before the legislature convenes in a special session.   359 more words