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Visualizing Astroturf

Via Adam Lee’s Daylight Atheism, I came across Geoff Ó Laoidhléis interesting use of word frequency analysis to uncover evidence of an astroturfed anti-abortion group. The group Pro Life Atheists claims to represent atheists opposed to legal abortion. However, Laoidhléis’ analysis … Continue reading

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2012 CCCC Paper Preview

On Thursday I’ll be presenting at the CCCC convention on religion in the writing classroom.  Here’s the introduction from my paper. Uneasy Transitions Between Sacred and Secular: Investigating the Unacknowledged Operation of Religious Privilege in Writing Studies Religion in the … Continue reading

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