Tag Archives: Bowling Alone

August 09

A Wisdom of Wombats

Somewhere out there is an un-gathered bunch of mean-spirited, sarcastic, yet lovable curmudgeons under the age of 45 who…

February 12

Iggy Azalea reads the same books as me. Truth? Or stranger than fiction?

Are we are in the sixth ring of hell, or did a commercial pop star attempt to pop cultural-ize the social sciences?

January 30

Civic Engagement, The Interwebs, and The United States of Facebook

In 1995, Robert Putnam created a stir in academic circles for his essay (and later book) “Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital.” If my memory of Sociology class serves me right, Putnam essentially claimed that the very vibrancy of America’s democracy was in decline, due in large part to the decline in social connectedness and […]

consumer psychology research

The average American is inundated with between 3000 and 5000 advertising messages per day in various forms.

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Moontime Warrior

A Blog by Erica Violet Lee

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I am a drummer whose mission is to elevate and celebrate the female voice.

Mathew Lyons

WRITER & HISTORIAN

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The Musings of a Disgruntled Haradrim . . .

Amanda Petrusich

...and other fascinations

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a feminist writes, rants, remembers