Assessing Evidence in a Postmodern World

Bonnie Brennen (Redaktør)

In contemporary society, the nature of reality is continually challenged and each day there are new examples illustrating that perception has become reality. This book collection considers how researchers might evaluate evidence when truth claims can no longer be made. Les mer
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In contemporary society, the nature of reality is continually challenged and each day there are new examples illustrating that perception has become reality. This book collection considers how researchers might evaluate evidence when truth claims can no longer be made. The authors address issues of perception, evidence, reality and postmodernism from a variety of different backgrounds including history, ethics, cultural studies, law and social science.

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Bonnie Brennen is the Nieman Professor of Journalism in the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University, USA. Her research focuses on the intersection between labour and journalism history considering relationships between media, culture and society.