Banned from the Internet?!: Bizarre Lists, Creepy Crimes, and other

Banned from the Internet?!: Bizarre Lists, Creepy Crimes, and other "Controversial" Top 10 Lists

by Dr. Matthew Donald Zarzeczny FINS
     
 

Dr. Matthew Donald Zarzeczny, FINS is a regular contributor to popular websites Listverse and TopTenz.net, but some of his lists have been deemed too controversial for advertisers. This book contains those lists along with a discussion of other lists deemed too controversial for popular online list sites. "Banned from the Internet?!" also offers ideas for how to use…  See more details below

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Dr. Matthew Donald Zarzeczny, FINS is a regular contributor to popular websites Listverse and TopTenz.net, but some of his lists have been deemed too controversial for advertisers. This book contains those lists along with a discussion of other lists deemed too controversial for popular online list sites. "Banned from the Internet?!" also offers ideas for how to use this book for teaching courses on history and censorship.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781484130308
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/15/2013
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)

Meet the Author

Although born at Fort Belvoir Army Hospital in Quantico, Virginia, Matthew Zarzeczny lived most of his life in Parma, Ohio. Parma is the largest suburb of Cleveland. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in French and history from Baldwin-Wallace College (BW) in 2002. At BW, he minored in political science and served as secretary and then president of the French Club. He went on to earn a Master's in History at Kent State University in 2004 and a Ph.D. in History from the Ohio State University in 2009. More recently, he moved to Ashland, the self-proclaimed "World Headquarters of Nice People." A fellow of the International Napoleonic Society and a member of various other historical organizations, Matthew has won contests with, read on the radio, presented at conferences, and published in newspapers and other forms of print articles, letters, poems, and short stories. He is currently studying The Roman Empire and European History from 1600 to 1945, with an emphasis on Napoleonic France, while teaching history courses for Ashland University, Kent State University at Stark, and John Carroll University.

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