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Socionomist Alan Hall reviews two indicators of the massive credit deflation: Widespread environmental fear and a price extreme for com...
Alan Hall joined Dale Pinkert on FX Street to discuss the relationship between epidemics and social mood.
[Article] A Socionomic Perspective on the Microsoft Case: Social Mood Drives Timing of Antitrust Suits and Conciliations
Robert Prechter explains the timing of government actions against large, successful corporations such as Microsoft.
Alan Hall explains that social mood has regulated US sugar consumption for the past two centuries.
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Why are Nazis the ultimate bad guys? Lots of people know the answer, but the follow-up is not so sim ...more
Socionomist Alan Hall reviews two indicators of the massive credit deflation: Widespread environment ...more
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Kenneth Kishida will discuss his pioneering work on human decision-making at the upcoming Social Moo ...more
[Article] The Gender Line Blurs in the Post-2000 Negative Mood Landscape: A Historical Socionomic Perspective on Transgender Expressions in Popular Culture
Chuck Thompson explains how social mood regulates society’s acceptance of mixed and blurred gender ...more
[Article] Four Major Periods of Negative Social Mood Drive the 100-Year History of the American Security State Part 1
In part one of this study, Robert Folsom reviews the first of four major trends toward negative soci ...more