Conflict of Language, Empathy in Children, Lower CholesterolThe Matt Townsend Show
- Mar 14, 2018
Could language Resolve the Middle East (18:55) Stanley Dubinsky is a Professor of Linguistics at the University of South Carolina in the Department of English Language and Literature. His primary area of research is in syntactic theory and the syntax-semantics interface. He is the co-author of the upcoming book Language Conflict and Language Rights. Communication is the answer to every disagreement and argument. But, what happens when the two disagreeing party speaks two different languages? Stanley Dubinsky explains the importance of language to the Mid-East peace process. Developing Empathy in Young Children (1:08:11) Madeleine Sherak, Ph.D., is presently on staff at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where she is a field supervisor of student teachers in their teacher education program. What makes a superhero? It is size or strength? Maybe it is brains? On the other hand, an overexposure to gamma radiation can turn you into a green rage monster. Superheroes take on a mythical demeanor, which we feel we cannot emulate, but that is the lie. Everyday people can do extraordinary things. Madeleine Sherak shares her new children’s book “Superheroes Club” and shows the actions of small group of kids willing to make a difference. Lower Cholesterol Without Drugs (1:55:29) Karen Mangum is a licensed, registered dietitian, seasoned recipe developer, food blogger, and nutrition consultant. She is the author and producer of Inside Karen’s Kitchen, a healthy food blog, where she shares recipes that nourish and heal along with insightful nutrition musings which attempt to sort fact from fiction. Karen is married to Michael and the mother of five almost grown children, including BYU football starting quarterback, Tanner Mangum. Karen Mangum shares her tips on how to lower your cholesterol without drugs. Show More...