[eDebate] /agree Zompetti
Fri Sep 8 14:22:23 CDT 2006
back in the late 80s when the Berkeley Handbook was put out by Fraser and Shiffrin for High School, they would mail a 20-or-so item questionnaire to about 50 of the hottest authors on the topic, asking them specific link and impact questions. They had a high return rate (by snail-mail no less) and they published the answers as evidence in a separate section of the handbook. I liked the idea then and i like similar ideas now.
who said it, why, and with how much wisdom are very good questions to learn to ask. or you end up running or losing to "evidence" from the likes of Billy Spanos or Jeremy Rifkin or even Ward Churchill... sometimes for years... years of just plain dumb because of no idea how to distinguish quality from crap.
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