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Esmaeil Kalantari

The gatekeeping metaphor was originally introduced by the German-American social psychologist Kurt Lewin in 1947. The key concepts in Lewin’s theory which primarily focuses on changing the food habits of a population are channel, gate, gatekeeper and force.

Philippe Lynes

The title of this post comes from Judith Butler’s Frames of War: When is Life Grievable? (2010, hereafter FoW) Bizarrely, the book was translated in French as Ce qui fait une vie: Essai sur la violence, la guerre et le deuil.

Philippe Lynes

In my Ph.D.

René Lemieux

On connaît tous sans doute l’histoire de cette grenouille qui, plongée dans une cuve d’eau bouillante, se débattra pour en sortir.

Philippe Lynes

Damian Tambini’s article, “What are Financial Journalists For?” (2010) is insightful and worthwhile in framing its argument in terms of how financial journalists themselves understand their role in corporate governance and the broader ethical responsibilities of their profession.

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