In MeatEater, Rinella will deconstruct and master any hunting technique; track and pursue prey; and procure his own food, which he will turn into a mouth-watering fireside meal. Far from trophy or sport hunting, Rinella stays true to our ancestral tradition of sustenance hunting. Nothing he harvests goes to waste. Whether tracking black tail deer in the remote Alaskan Wilderness, or rooting out javelina in Texas, Rinella will defer to his back-country roots, challenging himself at every corner while providing nail biting adventure along the way.
Runtime: 30 minutes
MeatEater - Diederik Stapel - Netflix
Diederik Alexander Stapel (born 19 October 1966 in Oegstgeest) is a Dutch former professor of social psychology at Tilburg University and before that at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. In 2011 Tilburg University suspended Stapel for fabricating and manipulating data for his research publications. This scientific misconduct took place over a number of years and affected at least 55 publications.
MeatEater - List of withdrawn publications - Netflix
As of December, 2015, Retraction Watch reported that Stapel had 58 retractions. These include the following: Maringer, Marcus; Stapel, Diederik. “Correction or comparison? The effects of prime awareness on social judgments”. European Journal of Social Psychology. 39 (5): 719–733. doi:10.1002/ejsp.569. Retrieved 22 March 2017. Ruys, Kirsten; Stapel, Diederik; Aarts, Henk (21 September 2010). “From (Unconscious) Perception to Emotion: A Global-to-Specific Unfolding View of Emotional Responding” (Chapter 4 of “Emotion Regulation and Well-Being”). Springer. ISBN 978-1-4419-6952-1. Retrieved 22 March 2017. Komen, Willem; Stapel, Diederik (November 1998). “Interpretation versus Reference Framing: Assimilation and Contrast Effects in the Organizational Domain”. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 76 (2): 132–148. doi:10.1006/obhd.1998.2802. PMID 9831519. Retrieved 22 March 2017. Schwinghammer, Saskia; Stapel, Diederik (December 2006). “The Effects of Different Types of Self–Activation on Social Comparison Orientation”. Social Cognition. 24 (6): 703–722. doi:10.1521/soco.2006.24.6.703. Retrieved 22 March 2017.
MeatEater - References - Netflix