|Posted on June 9, 2021 at 11:15 AM|
NAVAGATORS HANDBOOK: As a researcher I observe people and how they interact with one another. Here are my findings, accurate and cause for alarm. It seems that people interact with one another based on how they feel about that person, as well as how they feel about that person's politics. I have noticed that without sufficient information and having all the facts people are ready to form a judgement on another, usually resulting in a negative view and a not so positive public opinion. I don't recall this happening many years ago while I was growing up. So what does this tell us about today's people? It tells me that we are all targets to others that have strong personal views, it tells me that fact check is a thing of the past, it tells me that discrediting another's character is open for grabs, that it's a narcissistic world, and much more unfavaorable direction that people are willing to go. In psychology there is a referance that state, for example, if you say someone killed another, the general public will always believe that and not ever get that out of their minds, pretty bad.
Please consider my observations and comment back. I will share that in another blog.
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