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The customary code of polite behavior amongst the academic world.

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In the case that that person does use an non-standard pronoun (if that's the right terminology), then this offers them what is already privileged to those whose gender is aligned with societal assu …
answered Jan 30 by Geoffrey Brent
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Out of fifteen to twenty students, the chances are pretty high that at least one of them has friends or family undergoing chemotherapy. Exposure to infection can be very dangerous to chemo patients, …
answered Jan 13 '18 by Geoffrey Brent
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Avoid, but not for that reason. Sometimes it is a teacher's duty to do things that may offend members of their class. A biology teacher who avoids the subject of evolution for fear of offending creat …
answered Dec 16 '17 by Geoffrey Brent
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Is there perhaps a cultural element to this situation? I was once in the reverse situation: I was studying mathematics at an Australian university, but my professor was Russian. He marked all student …
answered Dec 15 '17 by Geoffrey Brent
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I'm a strong supporter of LGBTI+ rights, but if I encountered a rainbow flag in an article with no particular connection to those issues and nothing else to explain the choice of that symbol in partic …
answered Jun 15 '18 by Geoffrey Brent
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I'm sorry to hear about your experience, that sounds very distressing. From what you've posted, it looks as if your undergrad advisor is sympathetic and thinks well of you. That being the case, you p …
answered Jun 12 '18 by Geoffrey Brent