Daily Archives: June 23, 2015

Media and Human Trafficking

Originally posted on Dottie Laster:
Media and Human Trafficking A dramatic shift in awareness and interest about Human Trafficking has occured in the United States. TV Shows like The Killing, the Black List, Luther, Law and Order and many others have…

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Woe is me (but maybe not you): How powerful people experience injustice

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Powerful people may well be sensitive to injustice and unfairness, but a recent study shows that they are much more likely to feel this way if they are the alleged victims. Tom Jacobs, writing…

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Distinguishing workplace incivility and abrasiveness from bullying and mobbing

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
Sunday’s weekly review section of the New York Times spotlights Christine Porath’s piece on workplace incivility and rudeness. Dr. Porath (Georgetown U.) is a pioneering researcher on workplace incivility, and the fact that the Times has…

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The Charleston Shooting and the Potent Symbol of the Black Church in America

Originally posted on The Junto:
Last night, Dylann Storm Roof entered the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, sat through an hour-long meeting, and then opened fire on those in attendance. Reverend Clementa Pinckney, a…

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