After Words with Ronald Bishop
Using a myriad of examples from popular American culture, Ronald Bishop presented the many ways in which media attempts to persuade the public that more is not only better, it is necessary to achieve happiness. He discussed the absence of American moderation with Deborah Tannen, professor of linguistics at Georgetown University and author of You Just Don’t Understand. close
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Ronald Bishop Professor Drexel University->Communication
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