Month: October 2022

Reimagining Suicide Research: The Limits and Possibilities of Suicide Cultures, Amy Chandler, Joe Anderson, Rebecca Helman, Sarah Huque, Emily Yue

The ‘cultural turn’ in some parts of suicide studies has long roots (Douglas 1967), and has recently begun to proliferate (Lester et al. 2013). Particularly within sociology, anthropology, and—more recently—critical suicide studies, culture has been and is taken seriously—understood to… Read More ›

Beyond Ego-Dominance, Brian Martin

Contemporary societies have many well-documented shortcomings, but is there a fundamental problem everyone is missing? And how would we go about discovering such a fundamental problem? How about reinterpreting an ancient epic for hidden psychological insights? … [please read below… Read More ›

SERRC: Volume 11, Issue 9, September 2022

Volume 11, Issue 9, 1-90, September 2022 Podcast Knowledge for Breakfast, Episode 1: “Epistemic Shame and Imposter Syndrome”. Fabien Medvecky and Michiel van Oudheusden. Guest: Chloe Walls. Articles, Replies, and Reviews ❧ Frohock, Richard and Eric Winsberg. 2022. “Expert Opinion,… Read More ›