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The question you're asking is designed to solicit opinions or best-practices on a particular topic, with the goal of reaching community consensus.

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Yes Two questions are duplicates when they have the same (potential) answers. When you ask for the opinions of two different segments with different opinions you will get two different answers. That …
answered Sep 23 '17 by indigochild
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Is there a gender imbalance? No one knows for sure. There is no source of data that can tell us. The common reasoning seems to be that it's likely there are significantly more men on the SO network; …
answered Oct 18 '18 by indigochild
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One disconnect is that your politics.SE question isn't asking for a list of references - it's asking for a list of theoretical models for some kind of behaviors. This sounds like a great example of …
answered Oct 17 '16 by indigochild
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The StackOverflow model fundamentally works here. The general model is that people post questions, and they are rewarded (with reputation) for posting good questions. Other people post answers, and …
answered Apr 27 '18 by indigochild
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We have no reason to speculate about a person's nationality or political interests. If their content is poor quality, flag it for the mods or vote it down as normal.
answered Jan 11 by indigochild
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Commentor chirlu helpfully pointed us toward the question that spurred this meta topic. Should it have been migrated? Topics should be migrated when they are off-topic on the stack they are posted …
answered Jul 2 '18 by indigochild
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Answers based on your own political opinion are generally a problem, but not for the reason you suspect. The problem is that answers are expected to be factual. An answer based on your own perspectiv …
answered Sep 26 '18 by indigochild
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Establish Boundaries Political theory questions are often at-risk of being closed for being either too broad or opinion-based. To avoid this, it is sometimes helpful to establish some boundaries to t …
answered Jul 7 '18 by indigochild
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Clearly Define Terms Clearly define the terms you are using. This is often annoying, but important. Don't dispair: about 50% of the work in political theory is clearly identifying what terms like "d …
answered Jul 20 '18 by indigochild
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In my reading, the question should have been re-tagged as political-theory. It essentially asks how a particular theory (capitalism) would address a particular social concern (automation). Reasonable …
answered Aug 16 '18 by indigochild
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As one of the people who voted to close, I did so because it wasn't clear what this question was about. Right now it sounds like you are interested in forecasting. Previously you asked for more genera …
answered Aug 20 '18 by indigochild
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I was reluctant to post an answer to this question, because I outlined my position in the question. However, the question was re-opened by the community and I felt that an answer here properly documen …
answered Mar 28 '17 by indigochild
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In my reading of the Help page, both of these are already on topic. I don't think we are systematically closing questions that fit into those categories, so I don't think there is a practical problem …
answered May 25 '17 by indigochild
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In my reading, the language was a bit too strong to be civil. Although I don't think there was anything explicitly improper about it, the language had some unfortunate implications. I proposed an edi …
answered Dec 11 '18 by indigochild
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First off, I edited your question to add some additional context. I suspect one problem was that there wasn't enough information about the context of this letter for most readers to understand what yo …
answered Oct 21 '18 by indigochild

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