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In April of this year I had to attend compulsory research methodology classes at the University of Pretoria in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree I am currently completing. One would imagine that research methodology is a straightforward

"Trudeau was overwhelmed at the prospect of keeping his central campaign promise to address our democratic deficit. He now hides behind it. When pressed about his deficits he’ll make the unbearably light claim Canadians voted for them - when in

Since the beginning of time, inequality of outcome has lead people to point blame towards a source of troubles. There’s no questioning that women, minorities and others have been treated unfairly in the workplace and have suffered from lower wages;

On January 20th, the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, over a million women marched for feminism, and against misogyny. At the forefront of their concerns were sexual assault, the lack of political engagement, and Trump’s divisive policies. This seemed noble, as

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