Three professors in a Harvard University study concluded that if ‘trigger warnings,’ or warnings of potentially offensive material, were given to readers beforehand, those readers would be more anxious while reading books. Or, in other words, the people became anxious because of the warnings given to them before reading the material given to them.
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Book Review: Is ‘The Dying Citizen’ a Prediction of America’s Future?
America’s ongoing and seemingly-constant crises have left Americans scrambling to find a sense of normalcy and safety. Just in time, to cut through the chaotic bombardment of conflicting messages and opinions while providing a voice…