DoubleX Gabfest: The Aggro Edition
Our editors discuss the attack on Lara Logan, a new sociological study on bullying, and the case of alleged murderer Julie Schenecker.
Posted Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011, at 10:13 AM
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In this week's gabfest, DoubleX founding editor Hanna Rosin, managing editor Jessica Grose, and editor Kate Julian discuss some troubling responses to the sexual assault of CBS reporter Lara Logan, a new study about bullying published in the American Sociological Review, and Katherine Ellison's op-ed about Julie Schenecker, a mother accused of murdering her two teens, in the New York Times.
The DoubleX weekly "coffee talk" endorsements:
Hanna Rosin endorses her daughter Noa's spelling bee triumph and the bravery of Tal al-Mallouhi, the young Syrian blogger who has been imprisoned by her government on espionage charges.
Kate Julian recommends the HBO documentary Google Baby, which is about the booming surrogacy industry in India.
Here are some links to the things we discussed this week:
The Politico interview with Lara Logan.
The GOOD magazine interview with Lara Logan.
"What not to say about Lara Logan," by Mary Elizabeth Williams in Salon.
"Most, least popular kids less likely to bully, study says," by Valerie Strauss in the Washington Post.
"The Parent Trapped," by Katherine Ellison in the New York Times.
"My son, the stranger" by Anne Lamott in Salon.
Hanna Rosin is the author of The End of Men, a co-founder of Slate's DoubleX and a senior editor at the Atlantic. She can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter or Facebook or visit her website.
Kate Julian is an editor of DoubleX.