J. L. Chamberlin

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Police departments across the country have come under scrutiny for racial bias in their stops and searches, but it is impossible to know whether the distribution of stops and searches is inequitable without first analyzing what equity requires of the police in this area. This paper provides that analysis in order to develop a normative foundation for(More)
Virtualization technology is becoming ubiquitous in the classroom, particularly in the computing fields, and could potentially make technical education more accessible by reducing cost to the student. Does this potential gain come at the costs of quality of education? To understand the drawbacks, if any, of virtualization in the classroom, a network(More)
distinctions can only go so far in describing and situating the normative case study; eventually, it is best to turn to examples. In this section I do that by examining Jane Jacobs’s The Death and Life of the Great American Cities (Jacobs 1961), explaining the sense in which it is partly a normative case study. I will argue that Jacobs’s descriptions of(More)
Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) is responsible for the development of advanced storage battery technologies for the Energy Storage Division of the United States Department of Energy (DOE). This activity is designated as the Exploratory Technology Development and Testing (ETD) Project. In its ETD Lead Center capacity, SNL manages external development(More)
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