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Sean McMeekin

Sean McMeekin, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey.

 

America’s Cultural Suicide

Feb 14, 2002|Sean McMeekin

Not without controversy, Buchanan's new book raises some good points about Americans' failure to have children. And looking at my graduating class, I'd have to say he's not far off the mark.

Grandma, Where Have You Gone?

Jan 03, 2002|Sean McMeekin

Too often, we don't realize a good thing till it's gone. That's saddest when the good thing is a grandparent.

Why Love Is Expensive

Jul 18, 2001|Sean McMeekin

Review of Love and Economics: Why the Laissez-Faire Family Doesn’t Work by Jennifer Roback Morse

The De-Sexing of America

May 03, 2001|Sean McMeekin

Men and women are different. There's no getting around that fact. But when we try to avoid it, and try we do, the outcome is downright comical.

When is Bad News Good?

Mar 05, 2001|Sean McMeekin

Believe it or not, we may be on the verge of a moral comeback, says Tom Wolfe in his book, Hooking Up.

Is it Too Late for Love?

Dec 20, 2000|Sean McMeekin

The delicate courtship dance between men and women always been fraught with ignorance, uncertainty, and razor-sharp emotional peril. Now, there's help.

A Bed of Their Own?

Sep 09, 1999|Sean McMeekin

When are good female friends more than friends? When a lesbian historian says they are.