The Outrage Industry

Author: Jeffrey M. Berry,Sarah Sobieraj

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199928975

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 275

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A stimulating expose on how the roots of today's partisan rage lie in the "outrage industry" - deregulated, commodified media markets that will do anything for money and attention.

Christians in the Age of Outrage

Author: Ed Stetzer

Publisher: NavPress

ISBN: 1496433645

Category: Religion

Page: 336

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Are you tired of reading another news story about Christians supposedly acting at their worst? Today there are too many examples of those claiming to follow Christ being caustic, divisive, and irrational, contributing to dismissals of the Christian faith as hypocritical, self-interested, and politically co-opted. What has happened in our society? One short outrageous video, whether it is true or not, can trigger an avalanche of comments on social media. Welcome to the new age of outrage. In this groundbreaking book featuring new survey research of evangelicals and their relationship to the age of outrage, Ed Stetzer offers a constructive way forward. You won’t want to miss Ed’s insightful analysis of our chaotic age, his commonsensical understanding of the cultural currents, and his compelling challenge to Christians to live in a refreshingly different way.

Public Outrage and Protest

Author: Eamon Doyle

Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1534505296

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 128

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The United States has had an active history of public protest since colonial times, with the Boston Tea Party serving as an emblematic example to this day. Protest in the United States is often associated with its zenith in the 1960s, but demonstrations of public outrage continue to play a major role in contemporary America, with notable recent examples ranging from the Women's March to Black Lives Matter protests. Through this volume's dynamic viewpoints, readers will gain a better understanding of the history of public protest, its differing manifestations, and its efficacy in promoting political and social change.

Addicted to Outrage

Author: Glenn Beck

Publisher: Threshold Editions

ISBN: 1476798893

Category: Political Science

Page: 400

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Glenn Beck—author of thirteen #1 New York Times bestsellers—issues a startling challenge to people on both sides of the aisle: America is addicted to outrage, we’re at the height of a twenty-year bender, and we need an intervention. In the instant New York Times bestseller, Glenn Beck addresses how America has become more and more divided—both politically and socially. Americans are now less accepting, less forgiving, and have lost faith in many of the country’s signature ideals. They are quick to point a judgmental finger at the opposing party, are unwilling to doubt their own ideologies, and refuse to have any self-awareness whatsoever. Beck states that this current downward spiral will ultimately lead to the destruction of everything America has fought so hard to preserve. This is not simply a Republican problem. This is not simply a Democratic problem. This is everyone’s burden, and we need to think like recovering addicts and change. Mirroring traditional twelve-step programs, Beck outlines the actions that Americans must follow in order to prevent a farther decline down this current path of hostile bitterness. Drawing from his own life experiences and including relevant examples for each step, he is able to lead us to a more hopeful, happy future. From learning how to believe in something greater than ourselves to understanding the importance of humility, each chapter encourages self-reflection and growth. Addicted to Outrage is a timely and necessary guide for how Americans—right and left—must change to survive.

Protecting Children in the Age of Outrage

Author: Radha Jagannathan,Michael J. Camasso

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0195176960

Category: Social Science

Page: 250

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Professionals in the Child Welfare System will find this book to be a radically different explanation on protecting children from harm. Child maltreatment remains front and center in the collective consciousness of communities around the United States, this book is a depiction of current events of social outrage.

Time for Outrage! by Stéphane Hessel (Book Analysis)

Author: Bright Summaries


ISBN: 2806296560

Category: Study Aids

Page: 28

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Unlock the more straightforward side of Time for Outrage! with this concise and insightful summary and analysis! This engaging summary presents an analysis of Time for Outrage! by Stéphane Hessel, a short essay which calls for the citizens of the world to rise up against injustice and discrimination. In the essay, Hessel identifies the reasons for outrage in the modern world and makes the case for nonviolent revolution. Time for Outrage! was originally published in France in 2010, just before Christmas, and quickly became a publishing phenomenon. It has been translated into a dozen different languages, and made headlines in Germany even before the official translation was published. The incredible success of the essay was partly thanks to its author, Stéphane Hessel, a former resistance fighter with an illustrious career. He was born in Germany in 1917 and was made a French citizen in 1937, after which he became a resistance fighter during the Second World War. He survived a German concentration camp and went on to become a diplomat. He died in 2013 at the age of 95. Find out everything you need to know about Time for Outrage! in a fraction of the time! This in-depth and informative reading guide brings you: • A complete plot summary • Character studies • Key themes and symbols • Questions for further reflection Why choose Available in print and digital format, our publications are designed to accompany you on your reading journey. The clear and concise style makes for easy understanding, providing the perfect opportunity to improve your literary knowledge in no time. See the very best of literature in a whole new light with!


Author: Charles R. Ashman,Chuck Ashman,Pamela Trescott

Publisher: W H Allen


Category: Crime

Page: 240

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The End of Outrage

Author: Breandán Mac Suibhne

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0191058637

Category: History

Page: 320

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South-west Donegal, Ireland, June 1856. From the time that the blight first came on the potatoes in 1845, armed and masked men dubbed Molly Maguires had been raiding the houses of people deemed to be taking advantage of the rural poor. On some occasions, they represented themselves as 'Molly's Sons', sent by their mother, to carry out justice; on others, a man attired as a woman, introducing 'herself' as Molly Maguire, demanding redress for wrongs inflicted on her children. The raiders might stipulate the maximum price at which provisions were to be sold, warn against the eviction of tenants, or demand that an evicted family be reinstated to their holding. People who refused to meet their demands were often viciously beaten and, in some instances, killed — offences that the Constabulary classified as 'outrages'. Catholic clergymen regularly denounced the Mollies and in 1853, the district was proclaimed under the Crime and Outrage (Ireland) Act. Yet the 'outrages' continued. Then, in 1856, Patrick McGlynn, a young schoolmaster, suddenly turned informer on the Mollies, precipitating dozens of arrests. Here, a history of McGlynn's informing, backlit by episodes over the previous two decades, sheds light on that wave of outrage, its origins and outcomes, the meaning and the memory of it. More specifically, it illuminates the end of 'outrage' — the shifting objectives of those who engaged in it, and also how, after hunger faded and disease abated, tensions emerged in the Molly Maguires, when one element sought to curtail such activity, while another sought, unsuccessfully, to expand it. And in that contention, when the opportunities of post-Famine society were coming into view, one glimpses the end, or at least an ebbing, of outrage — in the everyday sense of moral indignation — at the fate of the rural poor. But, at heart, The End of Outrage is about contention among neighbours — a family that rose from the ashes of a mode of living, those consumed in the conflagration, and those who lost much but not all. Ultimately, the concern is how the poor themselves came to terms with their loss: how their own outrage at what had been done unto them and their forbears lost malignancy, and eventually ended. The author being a native of the small community that is the focus of The End of Outrage makes it an extraordinarily intimate and absorbing history.

The Tottenham Outrage and Walthamstow Tram Chase

Author: Geoffrey Barton

Publisher: Waterside Press

ISBN: 1909976407

Category: History

Page: 216

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Not since the days of highwaymen and footpads had armed robbery been seen in London. Geoffrey Barton explains the political backdrop to the arrival in the UK of armed revolutionaries driven by their own frenzied missions, causing citizens to go in fear. Laws were passed to deal with aliens and terrorism but as the author explains the civil police were ill-equipped to deal with the problem. Although well known to local people, the Tottenham Outrage of 1909 when two Latvian robbers, Jewish refugees, intercepted a payroll has been comparatively hidden to the wider world (unlike the notorious Siege of Sydney Street which took place two years later). Resulting in the most spectacular police pursuit in history it involved a hundred police officers and up to a thousand citizens in running to ground two desperate police killers. The book follows every inch of the six-and-a-half miles and minute of the two-and-a-half hours of the chase. It also pays minute attention to the people and places involved as well as the aftermath. As former Head of Firearms Training Operations for the Metropolitan Police Service, Mike Waldren writes in his Foreword, ‘The officers…did their best relying on guts and determination to see them through an unprecedented incident.’ The first in-depth account of an iconic event - fascinating police, social and local history based on extensive first-hand research.