My CV

Note, this CV is currently incomplete.

(Forthcoming) Dangerous Memories: Slavery, Mysticism, and Transformation, Spirituality Studies. [cite]

(Inprocess) Einstein's God. [cite]

(Inprocess) The Science of Ascension: The Default Mode Network. [cite]

(Inprocess) Maslow's Hierarchies, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(2016) Did you know? Mysticism and Religious Experience, Sociology of Religion. [read cite]

(Forthcoming) The Sociology of Mysticism, ISA eSymposium for Sociology. [cite]

(2016) Rocket Scientists' Guide to Money and the Economy. Lightning Path Press. [read cite]

(2015) What to do if your child is an empath, Blog of Michael Sharp. [read cite]

(2016) Toxic Socialization, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(Finaldraft) What is Sociology?, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(2015) Are Scientists Spiritual?, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(2015) What is Religion?, Sociology of Religion. [read cite]

(2014) Everybody Has a Mystical Experience, Sociology of Religion. [cite]

(2014) IMPACT! Academics, Citation, and Scholarly Delusion, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(2014) Endowing Mediocrity: Neoliberalism, Information Technology, and the Decline of Radical Pedagogy. In Blaise Cronin Cassidy R. Sugimoto (Ed.), Scholarly Metrics Under the Microscope. (pp. 773-818). Information Today [cite]

(2014) A Sociology of Tarot, Canadian Journal of Sociology, 39: (3) [read cite]

(2013) Sociology of Religion (AU Sociology Course). Athabasca University. [read cite]

(2012) Ding Dong the Alpha Male, Socjourn. [read cite]

(2012) The emotional abuse of our children: Teachers, schools, and the sanctioned violence of our modern institutions, The Socjourn. [read cite]

(2004) The International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication — an idea whose time has come (finally!), Learned Publishing, 17: (4), (pp. 319-325). [read cite]

(2004) A first step towards a theory of learning objects. In Rory McGreal (Ed.), Online Education Using Learning Objects. (pp. 32-43). Routledge Falmer [cite]

(2003) The Bazaar Online Conference System: Athabasca University's Alternative to Proprietary Online Course Delivery Platforms, The Technology Source Archives. [read cite]

(2003) The Bazaar Online Conference System: Athabasca University's Alternative to Proprietary Online Course Delivery Platforms, The Technology Source. [read cite]

(2003) Influence of socioeconomic status and gender on high school seniors' use of computers at home and at school, Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 49: (2) [read cite]

(2003) I Am/We Are, Blog of Michael Sharp. [read cite]

(2002) When is a learning object not an object, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 3: (2) [read cite]

(2001) The new virtual university and the changing market for higher education: creating opportunities with technology. In (Ed.), Digital Developments in Higher Education. (pp. 161-168). Taylor Graham [cite]

(2001) The Upcoming Revolution the the Scholarly Communication System, Journal of Electronic Publication, 7: (2) [read cite]

(1999) Endowing Mediocrity: Neoliberalism, Information Technology, and the Decline of Radical Pedagogy, Radical Pedagogy, 1: (1) [cite]

(1999) ICAAP eXtended Markup Language: Exploiting XML and Adding Value to the Journals Production Process, D-Lib Magazine, 5: (2) [cite]

(1998) At the Speed of Thought: Pursuing Non-Commercial Alternatives to Scholarly Communication, Association of Research Libraries Newsletter. [cite]

(1998) The University, Accountability, and Market Discipline in the Late 1990s, Electronic Journal of Sociology, 3: (3) [read cite]

(1996) Electronic Journals: The Grand Information Future?, Electronic Journal of Sociology, 2: (2) [read cite]

(1996) Subjectivity and the Labour Process: Conceptualising 'Good Work', Work, Employment, and Society, 10: (2), (pp. 297-318). [read cite]

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