- Academic English translated
- An example of burden of proof
- ARGC believes in funding beliefs
- Spotting the spivademic
- A taxonomy of academics on the make
- Grade Appeal non-sequiturs
- A metaphor for organisational skills
- When a deputy is not a deputy
- Occam's Manure Fork
- Plain Speaking from Professor Elizabeth Grosz
- The ultimate mentor
- Socrates was not sophisticated enough to be a social scientist
- It seems trivial, but only because it is
- Correlation is Not Always Causation
- Masterclass or Humbug?
- Those who can't, engage in cant
- Learn to be a Postmodern Social Scientist
- Social researchers, beware of roosting chickens
- True equity at last
- Cash for Humbug
- Introducing the Epistemological Fallacy and Faculty Follies
- Gibberish from Academe (where else?)
- JAFA: a useful acronym
- Multiliteracies: a crutch or a crock?
- Humpty Dumpty markers
Friday, January 14, 2005
An insider’s take on faulty faculties and Humbug! from the academy.
Posted by Theo Clark at 9:06 am
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