an interesting definition
Radical Theology is therefore the theology of those who recognize the hermeneutics and claims of western thought and yet speak out with the prophetic voice from the margins. Thus Radical Theology is too secular for theology, too theological for the secular, too theological forphilosophy and too philosophical for theology, too social science for the humanities and too humanities for the social sciences.
so all and nothing, when god is all in all
according to https://oaspa.org/principles-of-transparency-and-best-practice-in-scholarly-publishing/ by
1. Peer review process
2. Governing Body
3. Editorial team/contact information
4. Author fees
6. Identification of and dealing with allegations of research misconduct
7. Ownership and management
8. Web site
9. Name of journal
10. Conflicts of interest
12. Revenue sources
14. Publishing schedule
16. Direct marketing
non fake conferences
1. give you a defined topic to talk about
2. offer to pay your travel cost
3. have a backup by a major scientific organization
4. you know the person who is inviting you
5. as well as the chairmen of the session
This is how we did it for ages
df <- psycho::affective
aov_results <- aov(Adjusting ~ Sex * Salary, data=df)
Df Sum Sq Mean Sq F value Pr(>F)
Sex 1 35.9 35.94 18.162 2.25e-05 ***
Salary 2 9.4 4.70 2.376 0.0936 .
Sex:Salary 2 3.0 1.51 0.761 0.4674
Residuals 859 1699.9 1.98
Signif. codes: 0 '***' 0.001 '**' 0.01 '*' 0.05 '.' 0.1 ' ' 1
386 observations deleted due to missingness
And this is what R-bloggers recommends
The effect of Sex is significant (F(1, 859) = 18.16, p < .001) and can be considered as small (Partial Omega-squared = 0.019).
The effect of Salary is not significant (F(2, 859) = 2.38, p = 0.09°) and can be considered as very small (Partial Omega-squared = 0.0032).
The interaction between Sex and Salary is not significant (F(2, 859) = 0.76, p > .1) and can be considered as very small (Partial Omega-squared = 0).