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For more than 35 years, I have given media interviews about my research on Halloween sadism (contaminated treats distributed to trick-or-treaters). I have been unable to locate any evidence that any child has been killed or seriously injured from a treat received during trick or treating. I...
The contribution is based on Robert Bellah’s introduction to Emile Durkheim on Morality and Society (1973) and second on other references to the French sociologist in Bellah’s work as well as in Bortolini’s insightful remarks on the “homology” between Durkheim and Bellah. The publication of the...
The key feature of a knowledge formation is that it finds a way to finance the production of knowledge. We are accustomed to thinking of universities as the standard knowledge formation of modern science, social science, and the humanities. But this was not true before the twentieth century and...
While there is ample recognition that intellectual work is - to some degree - relational and cooperative, most narratives of production focus on how intellectual supporters aid the author and the crafting of a work. In this contribution, I adopt a perspective centered on intellectual work as...
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