Social Networks Can Boost Knowledge, Even on Polarizing Issues
But only if they are structured in a way that deemphasizes users' partisan identities.
Letters and Other Responses to Our May/June 2014 Issue
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Reader Responses: The Mostly Unread World of Academic Papers
What's the purpose of academic papers that have very few readers and even fewer citations? A Twitter discussion. Join us with #unreadstudies.
Social Networking: Responses to Our November/December Print Issue
Letters and other responses to stories from the November/December print issue of Pacific Standard.
Social Networking: Responses to the September/October Pacific Standard
Letters and other responses to stories from the September/October issue of Pacific Standard.