RS Live at Caveat NYC, Dec 2nd 2017: http://caveat.nyc/event/reasonably-sound/
An examination of when, and why, we boo and some encouragement to maybe boo a bit more.
SOURCES • Dan Rebellato, ‘B is for Booing’ - http://bit.ly/2hSGAjQ • Sound Symbolism - http://bit.ly/2hTgDjN • Did The Rite of Spring really spark a riot? - http://bbc.in/2hTLOeQ • On the Booing of La Sonnambula - http://bit.ly/2hThdht • On the Pleasure of Being Booed, Marinetti in Futurism: An Anthology - http://bit.ly/2hTxHGI • Spectator Booing and the Home Advantage, Greer - http://bit.ly/2hSHGvY • Booing: The Anatomy of Disaffiliative Response, Clayman - http://bit.ly/2hTM3qg • Whipping It Up! An Analysis of Audience Responses to Political Rhetoric in Speeches From the 2012 American Presidential Elections, Bull and Miskinis - http://bit.ly/2hRlrX2 • Don’t Boo, Vote - http://bit.ly/2B02LII
• The Emancipated Spectator, Ranciere - http://bit.ly/2hU20wH • The Theatre of the Oppressed, Boal - http://bit.ly/2zW64n5 • Can Emotions Be Truly Group Level? Evidence Regarding Four Conceptual Criteria, Smith et al - http://bit.ly/2hTymry • “Please Clap”: Applause, Laughter, and Booing during the 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Debates, Stewart et al - http://bit.ly/2hXjPuR • Mike Pence Booed at Hamilton - http://bit.ly/2hUhPnl
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/reasonably-sound/037-boo-who
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