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Some Notes on Ambivalence

These are just notes. I haven’t proofread them for exact clarity. I want to return to them later.

I’ve been thinking a lot about how trans people manage the fact that crisis-affects saturate ordinary life. 1,145 more words

Avoiding biased language

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When you are writing about people it is important to be respectful. Using non-biased language involves describing people in terms they are comfortable with. 29 more words

Writing Mechanics

Don't Do It.

We are going to take a short brake from the Bias study to look at something slightly different.

I was thinking what’s the point of being able to deal with all these mental traps, if you can’t express yourself correctly. 177 more words

D&I Friday Read No. 219 - Special Edition - Bias

Welcome to our latest edition! We just welcomed a new member to our family, so for the next few weeks (until January) I wont be sharing any new content, but have prepared a few “Best of” special editions for you. 294 more words

How Computers Can Help Do Bad Research

“To err is human. But it takes a computer to really (mess) things up.” – Anonymous

Everyone knows the wonders of technology, but they also know how technology can make things worse. 1,284 more words

Research Methods

The Beauty of Bias

All humans have bias.  This is a basic fact of life.  We see life through our worldviews, beliefs, and experiences.  No one is exempt from this.  501 more words

Bias Study: The Dunning - Kruger Effect

This is the sixth post in the Study

So I’m not going to lie, I had no idea what this was when I saw it on the list. 88 more words