Thanksgiving? Profs. Austin and Martin share tips to avoid political squabble
“Thanksgiving is upon us, which means some families may be serving up a side of political talk around the dinner table. A contentious midterm election that led to a new governor in Wisconsin and Democratic control of the U.S. House is still not far from people’s minds. So, how do you handle the potential barbs from your uncle or granddaughter without spoiling your appetite? How do you stomach comments from that relative with whom you disagree on everything?” The Green Bay Press-Gazette talks to UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Andrew Austin (Democracy and Justice Studies) and UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) about civil debate. See the story.