Dr. W. Reid Cornwell
wrc at tcfir.org
Wed Sep 13 21:27:06 PDT 2006
I am addressing the term "list-relevant"
Air-1 Archives contain:
1096 Articles that contain "education" as a topic
491 that have references to "jobs"
708 that have reference to "positions"
2084 that have reference to "PhD and education"
Scholar.google.com reveals 103 peer reviewed articles on "Monster Board"
Scholar.google.com has 28,900 hits on "job search"
Scholar.google.com has 224 hits on "internet job search"
There are no references to Monster Board in the AOIR archive.
"The New Production of knowledge" Gibbons et al makes significant points
about PhD and Universities that parallels my view.
I guess I have no clue as to what is listserv-relevant.
There are only 600 references to "AOIR" total and some of them are about
"Ambient Ingress Oxygen Rate"
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[mailto:air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org] On Behalf Of joshua raclaw
Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 9:20 PM
To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
Subject: Re: [Air-l] Air-list
I wouldn't say we all have the 'have to' impulse, having deleted a number of
these recent emails outright rather than wade through them all while hoping
something list-relevant :)
I'm not sure I see the connection between that kind of impetus and F2F
though - attending to list posts involves actively opening emails using a
medium that was designed for asynchronous communication, which I don't see
of a parallel to in face to face spoken discourse (though I could certainly
a parallel between the unopened mail in the inbox to the summons of a
ring, where the 'expected' action is to give the message your time). I
defining 'the floor' as being the same in email and F2F is where I'm seeing
Joshua Raclaw - PhD student
Department of Linguistics
Culture, Language & Social Practice
University of Colorado at Boulder
Quoting Christian Nelson <xianknelson at mac.com>:
* On Sep 13, 2006, at 7:33 PM, radhika gajjala wrote:
* > its so sad that people (and I include myself here) have to waste their
* > time and energy arguing over all this when there is so much else to be
* > done - both onine and offline.
* "Have to"? That's the feeling I'm interested in. Does everyone feel
* that? They can't help but read everything posted to the list? Where
* does that come from? Is it, as I earlier suggested, due to a holdover
* of f2f habits, or something else?
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