When The Medium Is The Message: Promoting Ethical Action Through Democratic Dialogue

@article{Mallory2003WhenTM,
  title={When The Medium Is The Message: Promoting Ethical Action Through Democratic Dialogue},
  author={Bruce L. Mallory and Nancy L. Thomas},
  journal={Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning},
  year={2003},
  volume={35},
  pages={10 - 17}
}
for several hours each week, members of various constituencies—students, faculty, staff, institutional leaders, parents, community partners, and trustees—discussed pressing ethical and social issues facing the campus or broader society? We are not referring to what typically occurs on college campuses: sporadic public panel discussions or lectures followed by a few minutes of polite questions. Nor are we referring to structured events such as departmental or taskforce meetings, judicial… Expand
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