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Where Credit’s Due

August 22, 2010

Where Credit’s Due:
Ken Pope & Common Dreams

When I’m citing an article or commentary in one of my blog posts, I will generally try to link to the original source, so that readers can see the piece in context – and so that the source can be properly credited.
            In many cases, though, the item has initially been brought to my attention by psychologist Kenneth S. Pope, PhD, whose invaluable email list provides daily references to important articles on psychology and related topics, including essential coverage of the debate within the American Psychological Association over the involvement of healthcare professionals in interrogations. If interested in joining the list, contact him at ken@kspope.com. Ken’s website also offers articles and other resources on a range of topics including torture and refugees, and detainee interrogation.
            Another irreplaceable resource is the progressive news service, Common Dreams whose daily emails frequently alert me to important news reports, analyses, and opinions I might otherwise have missed. So, giving credit where it is abundantly due, I would urge you all to check it out and consider signing up today.

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