Posts Tagged ‘sociology’

I finished up with Soccernomics by Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanki about a week ago. Overall, I enjoyed it; it’s an easy read that can appeal to both seasoned soccer fans and novices. It features a good takedown of the English ideology on tactics, a thorough study of successes in the transfer market, and ranking […]


Welcome

12May08

Mostly, the description is in my bio and the title. But let’s talk about the reason This is a(n) historic time. Never has there been so much news, so much goings on, media, etc… and I suppose by starting a blog I am contributing to that mess. Tragedy of the Commons, oh well. Perhaps I […]