The “Other Side” of Addiction
Sep10

The “Other Side” of Addiction

Posting pictures of overdosed addicts to the internet is NOT helpful intervention.

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Is Unethical Good Enough?
Aug10

Is Unethical Good Enough?

When rhetoric ratchets up, we risk miscommunicating our position in favor of enflaming passion. Can distinguishing between moral and ethical concerns help us hear one another better?

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My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo
Jul01

My Favorite “Pregnancy” Film? Fargo

When we take a look at the genre of pregnancy movies it rapidly emerges that culturally we have a very narrow view of pregnant women. But then there’s Fargo…

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Focus on Spotlight
Jan22

Focus on Spotlight

Spotlight is another fantastic film in a genre that only seems to be gaining momentum: a turning away from the traditional virtue narrative in favor of focusing on system failure.

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Moral Storytelling in The Big Short and Making a Murderer
Jan05

Moral Storytelling in The Big Short and Making a Murderer

America loves a good hero, but new stories, like The Big Short and Making a Murderer, have made it to screen that focus on systematic failure rather than personal victory. Find out how they frame the moral dilemma differently.

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