Part 1of3 Sense Making Under Holographic Conditions Framing SCAD Research ABS Feb 2010 vol 53





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Published on Mar 27, 2010

Here's a link to the documents from the ABS Journal

TMT, SJT, Cognitive dissonance, motivated reasoning and confirmation bias, this is why it hurts to think outside the box and feels good to case build for comfortable beliefs
SCADs are State Crimes Against Democracy - American Behavioral Scientist - Feb. 2010
Now you can show peer reviewed material about the conspiracy to people that thought you were crazy

Political theorist Robert Dahl (1998) identified five criteria a government must meet to be considered fully democratic:
1. Effective participation—equal and effective opportunities for citizens to make their views on policy known to others.
2. Voting equality—equal and effective opportunities for citizens to vote and have their vote counted equally.
3. Enlightened understanding—equal and effective opportunities for citizens to learn about relevant alternative policies and possible consequences.
4. Exercising final control of the agenda—policies are always open to change by citizens if they so choose.
5. Inclusion of adults—adult citizens who are permanent residents should have all of the rights implied in the first four criteria.


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