- Inciteful (adj.): It refers to the situation where an article, paper, or book has heaps of citations to works that the author has never read.
International Relations, Ethnic Conflict, Civil-Military Relations, Academia, Politics in General, Selected Silliness
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Political Science Jargon Invention Game
Thanks to a friend (H/T to Coop), I have a new game here at the Spew: taking words, either real or faked (or spelling mistakes) and turn them into Academic Jargon. Here is the first one to get folks going:
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Rigorarific (adj.): an article, chapter, or book that has met the highest methodological standards, regardless of the value, insight, importance or relevance of the question answered or contribution to knowledge.
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