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BOUND: Blogging on Gender, Race, and Culture: www.tressiemc.com

BOUND Blogging on Gender Race and Culture www tressiemc com I collected these essays for the nearly people who follow me on twitter which research suggests only or so are actual people I believe my blog has about or so followers I suspect of

  • Title: BOUND: Blogging on Gender, Race, and Culture: www.tressiemc.com
  • Author: Tressie McMillan Cottom
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I collected these essays for the nearly 10,000 people who follow me on twitter, which research suggests only 1500 or so are actual people I believe my blog has about 2000 or so followers I suspect of them are real people Between the two platforms, I have had many requests for my most read essays to be collected in one place I find it hard to believe people want thI collected these essays for the nearly 10,000 people who follow me on twitter, which research suggests only 1500 or so are actual people I believe my blog has about 2000 or so followers I suspect of them are real people Between the two platforms, I have had many requests for my most read essays to be collected in one place I find it hard to believe people want the cow considering the blog tressiemc that is proverbial free milk, but I am honored anyone reads me at all Thank you to the teachers who have taught me, the readers who have read me, the writers who continue to shame me, and Jade Here are nine of my most read blog posts, bound The ten essays one added for a nice round number span academia, education, labor markets, country music, new media, race, gender, feminism, and country music.

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    About "Tressie McMillan Cottom"

    1. Tressie McMillan Cottom

      Tressie McMillan Cottom is an assistant professor of sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University She is a faculty associate at the Berkman Center for Internet Society She earned her Ph.D in Sociology from Emory University in Atlanta, GA with a case study of the political economy of for profit colleges in the era of financialized U.S higher education.Tressie s current research examines how we learn for work in the new economy That includes thinking about academic capitalism, labor market correspondence, for profit and online credentials, and media interactions.

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