Ideological Bias

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Civilization and the Spirit of Scholarship: On the Continuing Need for the National…

Feb 11, 2009 by Peter Wood |

The second in a multi-part series by Peter Wood surveying the past, present, and future of the NAS.

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How the Dorms Are Politicized: The Case of the University of Delaware

Jan 14, 2009 by Adam Kissel |

This paper was presented by Adam Kissel at a panel at the National Association of Scholars general conference in Washington, DC, on January 11, 2009. Kissel is the director of the Individual Rights Defense Program at the Foundation… Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >

Social Work Education’s Good Intentions

Jan 05, 2009 by Michael Sherr |

Remarks from a conservative professor of social work advance the debate: is social work education scandalously biased? We invite further comments.

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A Prodigal Field

Dec 30, 2008 by Peter Wood |

NAS visits UMass Amherst one last time for 2008.

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Critical Thoughtlessness

Dec 08, 2008 by Peter Wood, Stephen Zelnick |

Stephen Zelnick refutes the cult of "critical thinking" now used as a substitute for a real curriculum.

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Recommendations for NASW

Nov 25, 2008 by |

A letter to the key social work organization calls upon its new president to make changes to protect students.

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Political Correctness Run Amuck

Nov 14, 2008 by Candace de Russy |

Candace de Russy tells the story of a professor fired for voicing political views outside the classroom.

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Closed Minds

Nov 05, 2008 by Glenn Ricketts |

A recently published book seeks to debunk the belief that professors politically indoctrinate their students.

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Election 2008: The University’s Long Shadow

Nov 05, 2008 by Peter Wood |

The polity and academy are joined at the hip.

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Losing Altitude: Leftist Ideologies on the Decline

Sep 29, 2008 by Peter Wood |

People are less and less interested in topics like Marxism and deconstruction, but which new ideological trends are replacing the old?

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Fairy Tales for Freshmen: Mile-High Propaganda

Sep 17, 2008 by Ashley Thorne |

Once upon a time, a professor of freshman English imposed his politics on the class. Actually, it was only last week at Metro State College.

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Social Work Update: Grammatically Challenged Social Work Boards Bewildered by English…

Sep 12, 2008 by Glenn Ricketts |

Maybe they don't know what gerunds are...

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Activists Only: Reading Between the Lines of an Academic Job Ad

Sep 11, 2008 by Peter Wood |

U Mass Amherst is looking for a new linguistic anthropologist who fits with the university's politically correct policies and its commitment to a "racialized" outlook. Where does such a job description leave qualified non-minority… Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >

Socialism for Sophomores

Aug 26, 2008 by Ashley Thorne, Peter Wood |

The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has outdone itself in offering a descent into radical ideology pure and simple. Its Social Thought & Political Economy program reveals to us how easy it is to add a socialist mentality… Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >

The Communitarian ResLife Movement: Part 4 (Final)

Aug 25, 2008 by Tom Wood |

Is the university a public square?

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