More on adjuncts

I’ve put up quite a few posts about adjuncts (US) and temporary staff (UK) recently. I know there are some others on the site that were also posted a while ago. Here’s another article on adjuncts in the US. I’ll be putting up a post soon-ish (when I have a minute) about what can be (and is being) done to try and make things better – so watch this space. Thanks, DC.

3 thoughts on “More on adjuncts

  1. Feminism is anything but radical in that its mission has always been the mandate for global justice.

    Theory that every child is equally valued should not be novel, nor maligned as illogical. Indeed, as in the days of pagan goddesses, girls might be considered more valuable as the carriers of future humanity.

    Being goaded into feminist bitches can be considered little more than the male culture of warriordom – to win at all costs – through force and violence if necessary.

    Not giving in to those pathetic methods of winning is the nobler cause for women rather than teaching reality by rational means. Perpetuating the resistance simply invites more backlash!

    Review of men discriminated against for not having boys might well be the first steps of freedom for global fairness! Studying the degree to which male dominance is supported secretly may be revealing.

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