B.C.’s green shift is a window to the world

2019-04-12T18:24:34-04:00August 12th, 2017|Beliefs and Ideology (General), Climate Change, Environment and Energy, Featured (General), Ideological Change, Leadership, Politics, and Democracy|

In May's provincial election, the Green Party won its first multiple-seat breakthrough in North America, and by a fluke of electoral arithmetic, it now holds the balance of power in the legislature. Today, B.C.'s citizens are exploring uncharted political territory of potentially huge significance to people outside the province.

Graphical Argument Analysis: A New Approach to Understanding Arguments Applied to a Debate about the Window of Vulnerability

2017-08-02T07:43:54-04:00December 1st, 1989|Academic, Argument Analysis, Beliefs and Ideology (Academic), Ideological Change|

with Roger S. Karapin | Arguments and debates about politics are activities central to a democracy. Understanding arguments according to common frames of reference is not a straightforward task but demands much critical intelligence and skill.