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INSIDE INSIGHTS (brainstorming toolkit)
Transcript of INSIDE INSIGHTS (brainstorming toolkit)
- Also consider : rights, responsibilities, types of leverage
Where do they come from ?
Broad & Specific
POLITICS, ECONOMICS, SOCIETY
CONTROL, INFLUENCE, POWER
PARTICIPANTS / STAKEHOLDERS
VALUES, BELIEFS, PRINCIPLES, MORALS, ETHICS
Specific Groups within like :
- young people from traditional homes,
- young people who are enterprising
- developing countries in political turmoil,
- developing countries with an encouraging degree of press freedom
- educated citizens - marginalized citizens
- citizens who are politically apathetic
The Thinking Self
Social Norms, Structures & Systems
Culture & Tradition
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
THE HUMAN CONDITION
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
Man is born a clean slate.
Man acts to survive
fear, defence, risk, competition, power
Man is a social animal.
love, affirmation, group behaviour
Man can think and create
ability to discover, reason, discern, feel
Man has desire. Man has impulse.
desire to choose, find 'truth' & 'right'
desire to create identity, fulfil potential
Man has a conscience. Man is fallible.
Man has the will to struggle
& the strength to face trials.
Man desires dignity.
How is it made ?
At whose expense is it made ?
How is it distributed ?
Using $$ as reward, incentive
Using / Withholding $$ to penalise or deter
The wealth gap
Who / What causes it ?
How to solve it ?
Is the situation affected by perceptions of specific parties rather than realities ?
Can managing perception make a difference ?
(wealth inequality liberalism individualism)
BIG IDEAS about the Topic
Definitions, Assumptions to clarify or challenge