The objectivity of Twitter: an example of the sociological interaction of knowledge: David Frum and Brad DeLong banter on Sarah Palin

The object being shaped in this interaction is ‘socialized understanding of Sarah Palin,’ who apparently quit today as FOX news contributor.

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One Response to The objectivity of Twitter: an example of the sociological interaction of knowledge: David Frum and Brad DeLong banter on Sarah Palin

  1. Brad DeLong says:

    Frum’s is a very apt description–if you know who General Boulanger was. You should read General Boulanger’s Profession of Faith: http://www.marxists.org/history/france/boulanger/1889/profession-faith.htm

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