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December 15, 2009


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In what language was that review written?

Is there an English language version that I could understand?


Perhaps I can recommend you spend more time working with the Academic Sentence Generator?


That could help.

Cultural studies in general are rife with this kind of jargon, which does, I readily admit, detract from the substance. This is partly why, despite my considerable background and facility with the substance and style of critical theory, I expressly choose not to write in the styles most typical of these approaches. I tend to find it limits one's capacity to engage persons outside of that particular field, and because I am interested in interdisciplinary work, that kind of practical engagement is very important for me.

I do appreciate your writing style, in contrast to that of the review above.

I see your Academic Sentence Generator, and raise you the post modernism generator:

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