La Forza A-svegliato-ns: Scientific American deems 'JEDI' a 'problematic' term

Di mercoledì, Scientific American published an articolo intitolato “Perché il termine "JEDI" è problematico per descrivere i programmi che promuovono la giustizia, Equità, Diversità e inclusione.” Nel pezzo, the magazine suggested that the term JEDI, used to reference “giustizia, equità, diversity and inclusion” iniziative, is actually a harmful term.

Put simply, the baggage of Jedi and Guerre stellari is too heavy to burden our justice-oriented initiatives with and may actually undermine these efforts,” the piece explained.

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Among the grievances the article gave included thethreatening inclusion and sense of belonging” e “problematic cultural legacy” di “Star Wars.

The article readWhile an overarching goal of JEDI initiatives is to promote inclusion, the term JEDI might make people feel excluded. Star Wars is popular but divisive. Identifying our initiatives with it may nudge them closer to the realm of fandom, manufacturing in-groups and out-groups.

The article was roundly ridiculed on Twitter as people called out the supposedscientific” rivista.

Political commentator Dave Rubin tweetedSomeone just blow up the Internet already…

Former Portland State University philosophy professor Peter Boghossian tweetedLegitimacy crisis. @sciam has been corrupted by woke ideology.

Daily Caller editor Hayden Daniel wrote’Scientific’ American lmao.

The article also included a disclaimer readingThis is an opinion and analysis article; the views expressed by the author or authors are not necessarily those of Scientific American.

Scientific American has already come under fire in 2021 for promoting more political andproblematic” visualizzazioni. Nel aprile, the magazine called on the media to recognize climate change as aclimate emergency.

The planet is heating up way too fast. It’s time for journalism to recognize that the climate emergency is here,” Scientific American wrote.

Nel giugno, the magazine also faced controversy for accusing Israel of practicingvaccine apartheidin a since-removed opinion piece.

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