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The Rise Of Face-To-Face Story-Telling
"While they're partly driven by a craving to get out of their screens -- and sometimes tiny living quarters -- and into the real world of physical contact, they're also working around a dissatisfaction with traditional political and media discourse, according to Mark Winston, director of SFU's Centre for Dialogue. Newspapers and TV don't bring people in touch with each other like this." Crosscut 04/30/12
Posted May 1, 2012 08:00 AM




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