theatre of the oppressed glossary four

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Glossary 4 Jennifer Clift 1. Loomed- became visible and clear (can refer to an object becoming visible or an idea that is about to happen that you can see). 2. Pulpit- a raised platform or stand in a church used by a priest or minister for preaching or leading a service. 3. Rapture- a euphoric transcendent state in which somebody is overwhelmed by happiness or delight and unaware of anything else. (Extreme joy) 4. Oratory- the art of speaking in public with style, cogency, 5. Gridiron- a dinner in 1998. “A time when the press spoofs the President.” (Smith 67). The Gridiron Club, founded in 1885, is the oldest and most prestigious journalistic organization in Washington, D.C. Its 65 active members represent major newspapers, news services, news magazines and broadcast networks. Membership is by invitation only and has traditionally been offered almost exclusively to Washington newspaper bureau chiefs.” (Wikipedia) 6. Human Mergers- Humans are in a “communications revolution.” People are so focused on their work and less focused on their relationships and interactions. 7.
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