Here is a blog post I was reading:
Rebecca Bird and I recently wrote a brief essay in which we bemoaned this perspective, noting particularly in the case of indigenous peoples, the diagnosis of irrationality is the ticket to paternalism, allowing “marginalized people to be further marginalized and fail to reap the benefits of even well-intentioned [development] projects.” In many traditional social contexts, pecuniary rewards may trade-off with social prestige. People could be hyper-rational in their optimization of social capital and fail utterly to meet the bar for narrow-sense economic rationality.
But when I click on the link, a DOI pointing at AnthroSoruce, I see this:
I tried everything. I deleted my cookies, then logged in before clicking the link. I tried different web browsers, etc. but I can’t get to the article. And this isn’t a new problem either. I wrote to the AAA about this back in January, nearly a month after the new AnthroSource came out and made CKelty cry. I’ve been able to get around this problem in the past by doing a search for the article title, but I don’t seem able to do that here. And sometimes one can find the article directly on JSTOR, but I don’t see Anthropology News listed there. So how am I supposed to read this? Is it just me, or do you have trouble as well? And why isn’t Anthropology News free anyway? Do they really think people pay their AAA fee just to get it?