In this episode of Listen to this, we look into how young people can change the course of history, how advertisers should probably choose where to put their money, and the ins and outs of ethical behaviour in marketing.
Listen to this – Hitting them where it hurts
In this special episode of Listen to this, I speak to Lehmo on ABC Radio Melbourne about weddings, online shopping and dogs.
Listen to this – Special
Captain Marvel, Huawei, the Catholic Church, and Boeing are all in the news for basically the same thing, but a little bit different. What am I talking about?
Well in this week’s episode we delve a bit deeper into reputation management, online trolls and identity dissociation to work out how these brands are going to dig their way out of their current troubles.
Plus, what is a nerd space and how is privilege like bad breath?
Those questions and more are up for discussion this week.
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Wealthy people may be likely to oppose redistribution of wealth because they have biased information about how wealthy most people actually are, according to research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The findings indicate that people use their own neighborhoods and communities as a gauge of how much wealth other people possess, leading wealthy people to perceive the broader population as being wealthier than it actually is. Continue reading