|Re: NVC and privilege||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Tom Smyth (tomtomsmyth.ca)|
|Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2021 06:08:19 -0800 (PST)|
> > I was intrigued about the question on NVC and POC. That is what I was > asking the other day about "strong emotions". It seems slanted to one > culture - one of quiet and keep it all in type of culture. Not expressive > like most, not all, Mediteranean and Latino cultures. > > I did a google search to see what people are saying about NVC and found the > article below. Going along with Sharon's post about people being "nice" I > found this quote from the article: (not sure if it goes with what you were > saying about heated arguments but made me think of it): > > "It gives the oppressor the tools to appear more loving, kind, and thus > morally superior, while not having to do any work on the actions that > *precedes* language." I totally agree and am not a fan of NVC. I've seen it abused too many times, even by a younger, more naive version of myself. -- Tom Smyth Worker-Owner, Sassafras Tech Collective Specializing in innovative, usable tech for social change sassafras.coop · @sassafrastech Pronouns: he/him
NVC and privilege CJ Q, January 7 2021
- Re: NVC and privilege Tom Smyth, January 7 2021
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