Monthly Archives: October 2012

Polls, Premediation, and Romney’s Affective Path to the White House

If you Google the phrase “Romney’s path to the White House,” or if you have simply been paying attention to media coverage of the 2012 US presidential election, you will note that virtually all discussion of how Romney might actually … Continue reading

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Job Candidate Video Surveillance by Framingham State

The overwhelming imbalance between job applicants and the universities who would hire them has emboldened hiring departments to make increasing demands on their candidates or to put unethical restrictions on the candidates they would consider. An egregious example of the … Continue reading

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