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Wedding Rings And The Feminist Movement

Abstract: This paper traces some of the major changes in the social significance of wedding rings in human societies, as well as the largely indirect impact of the feminist movement in shaping perceptions vis-à-vis the wearing of wedding rings in …

The Ubiquity, Functions, And Contexts Of Bullshitting

Abstract: Bullshitting is an essentially social phenomenon worthy of investigation. In support of this view, I provide a definition that provides the basis for suggesting the ubiquity and diverse functions of bullshitting, and how it occurs in and is structured …

Introduction: The Mirror Stage

For Jessica and Pierre

I’m nervous.

Just under a week from the release of this issue, I leave for Europe on my first trip to the Continent. I’m rather excited about it — I’m traveling from Croatia to the Czech …

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