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Trigger warnings : history, theory, context
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Éditeur Rowman & Littlefield
Année copyright 2017
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Trigger warnings : history, theory, context
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Description
1 vol. (xxi-276 p.) ; 24 cm
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Notes bibliogr. Index
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Classification Dewey
370.15
Contenu
Introduction: On trigger warnings / Emily J.M. Knox ; Part I: History and theory. Like trapdoors : a history of posttraumatic stress disorder and the trigger warning / Sarah Colbert ; Accessibility on campus : posttraumatic stress disorder, duty to accommodate, and trigger warnings / Holly Taylor ; Contagious speech : mediating the eating disorder panic through trigger warnings / Stephanie Houston Grey ; Gender constructions and trauma : trigger warnings as an accommodation for female students in higher education / Jordan Doll ; Walking on the shards of the glass ceiling / Jane Gavin-Hebert ; An "app" for that : the case against an "equal access" argument for trigger warnings / Bonnie Washick ; Writing policy about trigger warnings : the experience of the American Association of University Professors and the American Library Association / Barbara M. Jones ; Part II: Case studies. Institution-wide trigger warnings : a case study of a university's "common reading" / Joe Martin and Brandi N. Frisby ; On privilege, authority, and abuses of professional power / Jami McFarland ; Trigger warnings, protectionism, and the feminist student subject / Pinky Hota ; Beyond trigger warnings : handling traumatic topics in classroom discussion / Kari Storla ; Adapting trigger warnings in the introduction to women's studies course : a case study / Elizabeth Tolman ; Trigger warning expectations : potential ripples and ramifications / Susan Stearns ; Lived experiences of military veterans in the college English classroom : a case study / Gretchen Oltman and Kristine Leibhart ; Trigger warnings to protect learning : a case study in public speaking / Kristina Ruiz-Mesa, Julie Matos, and Gregory Langner ; Teaching disruptive literature in precarious times : a case study from library and information science / Davin L. Helkenberg
Résumé
La 4ème de couv. porte : "With "triggered" as Google's most searched word of 2016, trigger warnings have become a prevalent yet controversial concept in American higher education and society. As the debate over the value and place of triggering material continues, Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context provides the historical context and theoretical analysis of the use of trigger and content warnings in academia. This important edited collection examines the history, theories, and ethics of trigger warnings and presents case studies from instructors and students describing instances when trigger warnings were and were not used. By exploring the issue through several scholarly lenses and providing examples of when trigger warnings may or may not be used effectively, Trigger Warnings provides rigorous analysis of the controversy."
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978-1-4422-7371-9
1-4422-7371-2
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