Faulty Scholarship

But not faulty in a surprising way. Just exactly in the way you'd expect. And for the reason we were discussing earlier this week, as applied to the discipline of sociology instead of social psychology. "Musa al-Gharbi’s research was published in the latest issue of The American Sociologist, a peer-reviewed journal that also recently published an article revealing that only two percent of sociology professors self-identify as conservative."

1 comment:

Ymarsakar said...

There are mistakes made in classical physics as well. It is just generally not in the data retention and corroboration phase but in the interpretation and analysis phase.

Scientists can never get away from the one variable they have little to no control over: themselves.