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Many don’t have jobs, live with their parents, and pay too little attention to the news, a new book finds. Colleges must shoulder their share of the blame.
The discipline should take concrete steps to support scholar outreach, including training and awards, says a report released at its association’s annual meeting.
Traditional polls, chasing nonrespondents, have grown too expensive. But online surveys run the awful "President Landon" risk.
Four faculty members see much more than a teachable moment in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man and the violence that followed.
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