Meath, D'Angelo quoted in ThinkProgress article about weak apologies for sexual harassment

November 6, 2017

Michael Meath, assistant teaching professor in communications management, and Anthony D'Angelo, professor of practice in public relations and director of communications management, were both quoted in a article entitled, "Terrible men, terrible apologies: A taxonomy of sorry celebrity statements, from Harvey Weinstein's incoherent rant to Kevin Spacey's failed diversion tactic."

Meath: “What [the apology] should do is focus on the matter at hand and not try to look to do anything else, and that’s when the wheels come off.”

D'Angelo: “There should be no ‘but’ in your statement. It should be, I’m sorry and here’s what I’m going to do about the wrong I’ve perpetrated.”

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