Online rage the subject of Civility Project lecture

The next Door County Talks lecture on January 19th will focus on keeping a level head when interacting online. A product of the joint partnership between the Door County Civility Project and the Door County Auditorium, the lecture is titled “Living in the Digital Rage: Dealing with Anger, Hostility, and Violence Online.” Dr. Ryan Martin, the chair of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology Program, will lead the discussion and present scientific literature as well as solutions to help audiences determine strategies to keep their cool when online. Shirley Senerighi, a volunteer with the Door County Civility Project, said the presentation will have something for everyone who uses the internet.


Dr. Martin is scheduled to speak at 10 a.m. at the Door County Auditorium. The lecture is the second in a series of five lectures that will run through March 2nd. All events in the lecture series are free, but donations are welcomed.

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