Losing Control: Apologize and We’ll Let it Go

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In this episode of All the Rage, Ryan and Chuck respond to a few infamous Youtube clips of people losing control. Part one of this special series on “losing control” will help us think about what losing control means, how and why some people lose their cool, and it’ll help us ask “are we REALLY ourselves when we’re mad.”

YouTube Clips Discussed in the Episode

 

 

Special Series on Losing Control: Trailer

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In this trailer for our special series on losing control, Ryan and Chuck provide a sneak peak at what you can expect over the next few months.

Focused on losing control, this series includes interviews with social psychologists, neuropsychologists, and other experts on what happens when people get really really angry. The first episode comes out on October 23, 2018.

Shatter Mountains with His Fists: The Hulk’s Rage

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With the release of the new Avengers movie, Avengers Infinity War, coming out in a couple days we are sharing an episode from the podcast Serious Fun, one of the other Phoenix Studio Podcasts, from a few months ago. In this episode of Serious Fun our All the Rage hosts, Ryan Martin and Chuck Rybak were guests and talked with Serious Fun host, Bryan Carr. This episode goes on to discuss the Hulk’s rage and was recorded at the Brown County Public Library Comic-Con.

Episode Guest: Bryan Carr

Bryan-CarrBryan Carr is an assistant professor in the Communication and Information Science departments at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where he teaches courses in the mass media and game studies emphases. His work focuses on popular culture, particularly in terms of identity representation and negotiation in superhero comics, video games, and sports. His work on these subjects has been published in the Journal of Entertainment and Media Studies and the Southwest Mass Communication Journal, as well as in edited volumes like Parasocial Politics, Re/Framing Identifications, The 100 Greatest Video Games, and From Jack Johnson to LeBron James: Sports, Media, and the Color Line.

The Evidence is Clear: The Science Behind Media Violence

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In this episode Dr. Ryan Martin conducts a special interview with Dr. Craig Anderson, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology at Iowa State University. The two discuss the massive body of research on violent media.

Episode Guest: Dr. Craig Anderson

craig andersonDr. Anderson is widely considered a leading scholar on the psychology of aggression. His research in recent years has focused on media violence effects, especially violent video games. His aggression research has appeared in all of the top psychology journals, including the top public policy journal. He is currently funded by multiple grants from CDC and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). His work has had a major impact on public policy at local, state, national and international levels.

Society Prepares the Crime: Capitalism and Violence

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In this episode, Drs. Ryan Martin and Chuck Rybak, talk with Sociologist, Dr. Andrew Austin, about the complicated relationship between capitalism and violence.

Episode Guest: Dr. Andrew Austin

andrew austinAndrew Austin is Associate Professor and Chair of Democracy and Justice Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He teaches courses in Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, and Sociology. His areas of teaching and research are crime and justice issues, political economy, and race and ethnic relations.

Combat Their Negative Tendencies: Free Will, Anger, and Aggression

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In this episode, to start off the semester, Ryan and Chuck talk with Philosopher, Dr. Christopher Martin about what determinism is, how it is different from free will, and much more.

Episode Guest: Dr. Christopher Martin

christopher-martinDr. Christopher Martin teaches a wide range of classes, but particularly enjoys courses helping students to ask and investigate deep questions about the nature of reality, identity, free will, and science. He specializes in the ‘rationalist’ perspective in early-modern philosophy (roughly, philosophy between 1650-1770 or so). He is currently working on an account of the reality of particulars (things like you and I) in Spinoza (an early modern rationalist). In addition to courses and work in early modern rationalism, he enjoys exploring the intersection of morality and the environment–the central topic of his Environmental Ethics course. When he is not hard at work on philosophy or helping students sharpen their rational capacities, he is likely enjoying traveling and the outdoors. He loves to combine the two and especially enjoys kayaking.

Human Trafficking: Attack the System

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In the final episode of season 2 of All the Rage, we talk about how to eradicate human trafficking at the international, national, statewide, and local level. More specifically, we talk about what you can do to help end modern day slavery. Guests include Stephanie Richard (Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking), Shawn MacDonald (Verite), and Terry FitzPatrick (Free the Slaves).

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Episode Guests:

  • Stephanie Richard

thumbnail_headshot2016StephanieStephanie Kay Richard, Esq., is the Policy & Legal Services Director at the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) where she provides direct legal services to survivors of human trafficking and technical consultation on human trafficking cases nationwide. She has been involved in the anti-trafficking movement for over 10 years. During this time she has served as the domestic lead for the Alliance to End Slavery & Trafficking (ATEST) and the policy Co-Chair of the Freedom Network, USA, two national US based coalitions working to improve federal and state laws and the implementation of these laws to better serve trafficking survivors in the United States. She graduated summa cum laude from American University, Washington College of Law, where she was the recipient of a public interest/public service scholarship. She is licensed to practice law in California, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington, DC.

  • Shawn MacDonald

Shawn MacDonald is CEO of Verité, a civil society organization that works with businesses to promote workers’ rights and other sustainability goals in global supply chains through research, consulting, training, assessments, and policy advocacy. Before his appointment as CEO in 2016, Shawn had led Verité’s research, program, and policy work since 2003. Shawn has broad international and domestic experience in labor rights, corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, workplace health, and multi-sector partnerships. Before joining Verité, he was Director of Accreditation at the Fair Labor Association, Vice President of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, Senior Advisor at Meridian Group International, and co-founder of the Development and Employment Policy Project. Additionally, he worked for a variety of civil society organizations in Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe. He holds a Ph.D. from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and an AB in History from Harvard University.

  • Terry Fitzpatric

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Terry FitzPatrick is the Free the Slaves Communications and Advocacy Director and is an award-winning journalist and media development expert who uses his reporting skills to expose slavery and showcase anti-slavery solutions, his experience covering government & politics to conduct anti-trafficking policy advocacy, and his communications training skills to help activists bring slavery to an end. FitzPatrick has covered a wide range of topics for NPR, PBS, BBC, VOA, The Dallas Morning News and The Texas Observer, including economic development, global health, environmental protection, criminal justice and human rights. He has produced documentaries for the Discovery Channel and History Channel, and short films on modern slavery in 12 countries. FitzPatrick has directed media skills training projects in 17 countries. He serves as the communications and advocacy strategist, chief writer, media relations officer and spokesperson for Free the Slaves. He majored in broadcast journalism at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Resources:

Responsible Sourcing Tool
Know the Chain
Department of Health and Human Services
National Human Trafficking Hotline: (1) 888-373-7888
Freedom Network USA
Polaris
Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST)

Human Trafficking: A Topic that Gets a Reaction Out of People

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In this fifth episode of season 2 of All the Rage, we talk human trafficking in popular culture with Dr. Bryan Carr, host of Serious Fun. From Taken to The Punisher to The Girl Who Played with Fire, we discuss the various ways modern day slavery has found its way into the popular culture and how these depictions influence the public.

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