Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

August 13, 2014

Alan Hall expounds on these ideas in the seven-page article “Ebola: A Socionomic Booster Shot” in the August 2014 Socionomist.  In the article, Hall:

  • Reviews several fearful and distrustful responses in western Africa that reflect a negative social mood in that region
  • Outlines several complacent reactions in the US and UK that reflect an elevated social mood in these nations
  • Provides a few warnings about potential inter-continental transmission
  • And surveys other health threats that are on the rise, including chikungunya, whooping cough,   measles, polio, HIV, plague, and MERS

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