I'm a solo practitioner and that means I have lots of marketers telling me I need their services. As in, dozens of emails a day, between five and ten calls a week. The sad part is I know I need to step up my marketing, but everyone who contacts just reeks of "scam". I am interested in finding was to get educated about this which don't trigger my scam alert instincts. [more inside]
Is there somewhere in the article where they're required to state who backed the scientific study financially?
Is there an equivalent of "Nature" for the humanities and social sciences? I'm looking for a magazine or blog that curates notable scholarly papers from non-STEM disciplines (philosophy/sociology/psychology/cultural studies/etc) for a wider audience. [more inside]
What is a hard-right carriage return? [more inside]
Do you know or can you find any scholarly articles about analysing adults' drawings that do not relate to health? [more inside]
Can you help me figure out number of papers per year for a few top journals? [more inside]
What is the general opinion of a Masters degree in the humanities?
I'm looking for academic/scholarly/somewhat-serious articles discussing anime and/or manga. [more inside]
Is there a good and current anthology of research focused on homosexuality in book form? [more inside]
“The Case of Ellen West” was published by the Swiss psychiatrist, Ludwig Binswanger, in 1944–1945 and (as far as I can tell) appeared in English translation in 1958. Anyone know where I can get a copy? Usual search suspects are turning up only the Carl Rogers article, "Ellen West and Loneliness", in the Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry (which I've requested via interlibrary loan) and some other scholarly pubs on Rogers (behind the usual pay walls).
Is there a MeFi-like site that deals exclusively in academic writing? [more inside]
Is there a good place to discuss scholarly publications online? [more inside]
I need to find scholarly articles for a podcast assignment. My topic is online social networking. Advice? [more inside]
Who are scholars and/or popular authors writing on the impact of the Internet as a communications medium, specifically those talking about how the Internet removes previous time and/or space biases that are inevitably present in other forms of communication technology (telephone, television, radio, etc.)? [more inside]
Academic writer's block: tips, strategies, experiences, psychology for dealing with it? [more inside]
SinoFilter: I'm looking for a scholarly-but-accessible book (or books) about Chinese history and culture. (Web site recommendations also welcome.) I have done some Googling and poking around amazon.com, but frankly my ignorance is so deep that I have no good way of evaluating the quality of what I'm finding.