In the comments section of a particularly outrageous, over-the-top-PC article, someone suggested that the periodical in question was deliberately publishing articles it knew were ridiculous in order to attract outraged attention from the "other side," driving up hits and thus ad revenue. It would be a sort of reverse trolling.
Do you think that journals are actually doing this?
Modern excuse: "Dual-factor authentication ate my ability to do my homework."
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