Ethnography on Trial
July 15, 2015
Alice Goffman's acclaimed book "On the Run" tells a compelling story. But can we trust it?
The sociologist wrote about joining a murder plot. Now she insists that it was "not about actual violence."
The questionable ethics of Alice Goffman's "On the Run."
Does ESPN's Britt McHenry count? Maybe. But the woman who flipped her middle finger in Arlington National Cemetery doesn't.
He's a victim of his own breach of professional ethics.
Environmentalists are ignoring poor countries' needs.
Here’s a fun little trip through an era of “disruption” in the media industry:February 2, 2010, Silicon Valley Watcher:Rick Edmonds, over on Poynter Online, notes that the classified ads sector dropped to $6 billion in 2009.
Is War Civilized?
March 03, 2013
Were princes more humanitarian than the Hague?