Category Archives: authoritarianism

Living a Lie: The Roll of Self-deception in 2024 Election

Self-deception can fool us into believing our own lies – and even make us more convincing. Continue reading

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Proposed Changes: Overview of Trump’s 2024 Social Contract

Change is a direction or set of decisions translated into actions that influence a difference in organizational operations, identity, and overall ethos. Social change refers to changes in the political or economic context of societies which affect the vast majority … Continue reading

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The World of Misinformation and Escapism

In psychology, escapism is when a person routinely uses an activity or behavior to escape life’s realities. It is a way of distracting the mind. Examples include social media, substance use, or playing games to avoid thinking about or facing … Continue reading

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Trump’s Enablers Are Driving the Authoritarian Bus

Trump’s unwitting enablers are making authoritarian rule more likely. Continue reading

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