The Art of Listening

From reality TV to political rallies, there is a clamour to be heard, to narrate, and to receive attention. It reduces ‘reality’ to revelation and voyeurism. Les Back argues that this way of life is having severe and damaging consequences in a world that is increasingly globalized and interconnected.

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