Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Bubble Print: A New CSR Frontier for Google and Facebook

Many commentators, pundits, politicians, journalists, NGOs, and even normal people, are talking about ‘bubbles’ and Brexit, and as my previous blog suggested, such ‘bubbles’ can easily form along values divides. The way we now ‘living more separate lives’, aided and … Continue reading

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The Values Story of the Brexit Split (Part 1)

Unconscious motivational values are largely missing from most discussions about what happened in the EU Referendum vote for ‘Brexit’ and the Trump election.  Many people have asked me what ‘values’ may have played and this post is my view of … Continue reading

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Why Simply Countering ‘Fake News’ With ‘Fact Checking’ May Not Work

Fact checking initiatives against ‘Fake News’ will not work unless they take account of values differences The news is full of reports of moves to stem ‘fake news’, for example involving Facebook, Google, French TV, and the BBC.   This is … Continue reading

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