A question in the courtroom

The article in Sydney Morning Herald is a good example of why research must be considered thoughtfully before we take it at face value. I have not read the initial research, but Amelia Loughland hopefully clarified to readers that her sampling was small and the results probably not statistically meaningful. Too often the press sees … Continue reading A question in the courtroom

Post V – a Pandemic and Party Conventions: the View from a Small Island

Polarization and Presidential Conventions August 21, 2020  a personal disclosure, an explainer book, the first presidential party convention and an introduction to a St. Louis couple who need counseling, desperately. I must disclose my political predilection at the outset. You may decide to continue reading, or not. Politically, I am socially liberal and fiscally conservative. … Continue reading Post V – a Pandemic and Party Conventions: the View from a Small Island

The View from a Small Island: Post A The Enigma of Bias amid Two Deadly Viruses (Viri)

The Enigma of Bias amid Two Deadly Viruses (Viri): Racism and COVID 19   The mind is the brain at work, and culture is the creation of manifold individual minds composing civilization where the legacy is handed on from one generation to the next. Charles Gillispie 1998 2020 is the year of killing pandemics: two … Continue reading The View from a Small Island: Post A The Enigma of Bias amid Two Deadly Viruses (Viri)