GLASGOW, Scotland (Daily Mail) — Theology students are being warned in advance that they may see distressing images while studying the crucifixion of Jesus, giving them a chance to leave if they fear being upset.
It is part of a trend at a number of universities for ‘trigger warnings’ issued by tutors to let students know about course content that might prove disturbing.
Advocates say it helps to protect the mental health of vulnerable students.
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