Difference between revisions of "Liberal professor"

From Conservapedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(a start)
 
m
Line 6: Line 6:
 
* they received an appointment due to an unusual gift of the professorship for his benefit
 
* they received an appointment due to an unusual gift of the professorship for his benefit
 
* they have never written or achieved anything of scholarly value
 
* they have never written or achieved anything of scholarly value
* they use their position to claim expertise in areas beyond their training
+
* they use their position to claim expertise in areas beyond their training<ref>For example, someone who lectured in law and tried to claim expertise on evolution over a biologist or over a MD on breast cancer.</ref>
 +
 
 +
{{reflist}}
  
 
[[category:politics]]
 
[[category:politics]]
 
[[category:colleges]]
 
[[category:colleges]]

Revision as of 05:12, 21 May 2008

A liberal professor is one known for promoting his liberal ideology rather than academic excellence. Many liberal professors share one or more of the following characteristics:

  • they were never approved by peer review that is customary for the position of "professor"
  • they exaggerate or outright lie about their credentials, research or background
  • they received an appointment due to affirmative action rather than merit
  • they received an appointment due to an unusual gift of the professorship for his benefit
  • they have never written or achieved anything of scholarly value
  • they use their position to claim expertise in areas beyond their training[1]
  1. For example, someone who lectured in law and tried to claim expertise on evolution over a biologist or over a MD on breast cancer.