Faculty and students are producing satire as well as studying it.
A program newsletter documents some of this work. Distribution has been hampered by one thing and another (see the saga of The SP), but here are the issues published so far:
The Spokesperson, Oct. 28, 1998
The Spokesperson, Nov. 10, 1998
The Spokesperson, Nov. 18, 1998
The Spokesperson, Jan. 12, 1999
Spokesperson, Feb. 16, 1999
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We welcome your comments. Send them to The
Spokesperson, at <spokesperson.evergreen.edu> or to the faculty
of Fictional Sociology: Sara Rideout
Arney <email@example.com>, and Charles
The project group addressing "Ageism" publishes an online magazine, Avoid Old Online.
"Medical Treatment Institute" project group has put up a home page.
Robert C. Thomas, (excerpted) "Dying to Know: the Culture of Safe Sex"
David Noble's Articles on Digital Diploma Mills
Part I: The Automation
of Higher Education
Part II: The Coming Battle Over Online Instruction
Part III: The Bloom Is Off the Rose
David Noble interviewed in Networking, February, 1999
Andrew Feenberg, "Distance Learning: Promise or Threat"
Leisure Party Manifesto