Atlantic profile of Ig Nobel winner Oppenheimer and murky academic writing

“The Needless Complexity of Academic Writing” sings a headline in The Atlantic magazine. The article beneath the headline, by Victoria Clayton-Alexander, is profiles Ig Nobel Prize winner Danny Oppenheimer [pictured here] and others who fight muddle and murk. The article says, in part: (Oppenheimer for his part believes he got the award because of the paper’s title: “Consequences of […]

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