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Mix levels of analysis with care; genres not at all
(Cultural analysis: An interdisciplinary forum on folklore and popular culture, 2008)
Most People who Think that They are Likely to Enter Psychotherapy also Think it is Plausible that They could have Forgotten their own Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse.
(Applied cognitive psychology, 2009-01)
Pezdek and Blandon-Gitlin (in press) found that 25% of their participants reported as plausible or very plausible that they themselves could have been a victim of childhood sexual abuse without being able to remember it. ...
Free to Be a Slave: Slavery as a Metaphor in the Afro-Atlantic Religions
Whereas most African Americans and most university scholars regard enslavement as a demeaning condition, many African or African-inspired religions represent slaves as powerful and social hierarchy as a normal condition ...
What do Critics of Israel Have to Fear?
(The Harvard Crimson, 2008-06-05)
The Progressives’ Prejudice
(Harvard Crimson, 2007-06-07)
Like other communities of progressive and highly educated people, Harvard is often in denial about the perseverance of racism. Precipitated by the famous "Quad Incident," in which a fellow student called to police on black ...