The Trigger Warning and Political Correctness Discussion: Understanding Its Impact to Our Work

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Core Competencies: Communications, Leadership
Originally presented on December 7, 2015
This is the archived version.
Comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock will no longer perform on college campuses because students are "too sensitive." Institutions are creating formal policies regarding trigger warnings in the classroom. The college union was founded as a place to create debate. In this discussion we discuss the rise in trigger warnings, a need for being politically correct, and the increased sensitivity of students, and how it impacts our work. We discuss the issue through the lens of practitioners, talent agents, and faculty.

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Updated Dec. 13, 2015