Politics & Society

Politics & Society

Milton Friedman: There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Nobel prize-winning economist Milton Friedman is best-known for his unwavering belief in free enterprise and opposition to state intervention in business and trade. He passed away in San Francisco at the age of 94 on November 16, 2006.

Academic Publishing

Investigating Fake News: A Conversation with James Corcoran

Fake news don’t just affect readers and journalists, but our societies at large. But who is creating fake news and how do journalists define truthfulness in the first place? James Corcoran on journalism, huxters and click bait.

Politics & Society

Class Did Matter in the Election, But Not in the Way We Expected

The problem in understanding Donald Trump’s election may be our simplistic expectations rather than how the working class actually voted.

Politics & Society

What is Internet Sociology and Why Does it Matter?

Since no single theory can deliver suitable answers to the questions that the digital revolution has brought up, Internet Sociology uses a wide range of tools to explore the relation between the internet and society.

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