The only argument he makes is to underline the word "not." So do you trust him?
Something I never got around to checking in the General Social Survey before.
The decision was made at the level of the central administration, overriding negative recommendations from both the Department of Sociology faculty and the College of Liberal Arts.
What I would have said if I peer reviewed the book, knowing the notes were to become public.
They both use facts not to learn from but to demonstrate things they think they already know.
The individual incentives are weak, but the need for the discipline to act is very strong.
Wilcox and Regnerus should be the first experts lining up defend the well-being of the child, and the civil rights of its parents. In fact, speaking up right now might actually do some good.
He's not concerned with the principle of coercing people into marriage, or even with violation of rights associated with verifying household comings and goings. He's just not sure it's feasible.
Why have half of my Mt. Everest climbers also been to the moon?
His bad research was part of a covertly-organized political effort, and he lied about it to cover that up.