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Categorization

December 4, 2008

I have made additional modifications to my two autism-related websites. The principal change is by mentioning sociology prominently on the main pages.

For The League to Fight Neurelitism, I refer to it as “a nonpartisan clinical sociology project in social and economic development.” A link is provided to my ClinicalSociology.com website.

For Subtext, I placed the caption, “A Reflexively Constructionist Sociology,” directly below the page header.

These changes might seem relatively insignificant to most people. However, for me, organizing my work under carefully considered categories has been, as far back as I can remember, vital to my sense of self. As an autistic man, this process is a kind of ritual or routine which grounds me and, strange as it may sound, makes my life pleasurable.

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