Turning blue for the Red, White, and Blue.
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Turning blue for the Red, White, and Blue.

After being categorized as a Post-Modern political entity, I nodded. Probably typical…white, suburban, likes the environment, likes gay/women/everyone’s rights, not deeply religious, and likes being kind and nice before jumping into a diplomatic tussle. Makes sense. I can’t dispute that. I chose two articles from The Nation’s economy page, which leans to the left. As … Continue reading

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The best work Daisey ever made

Ironically enough, I am currently discussing ethics in another course I am taking—Applied Research in Personality. This week in this psychology course we have been discussing the ramifications of psychological studies and experiments, and namely what is considered unethical. Methods in Behavioral Research, the text for the course, states that “deception occurs when there is … Continue reading

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Abercrombie & Fitch Controversy

There has been some recent controversy over a quote from the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, a popular teen clothing brand, Michael Jefferies which gives some insight into the company’s attitude, culture, and marketing strategy. Seven years prior, Jefferies stated, “In every school there are the cool and popular kids, and then there are the … Continue reading