The Case for Working with Values and Frames
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Finding Common Cause in Australia
May 31, 2012
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Food Values Report Launched
The Common Cause Communication Toolkit
Developing Discourse or Stunted Growth? Taking the Sustainable out of the Sustainable Development Goals
Ireland is ready for a conversation about values
Rekindling Kindliness: Learning from Hebden Bridge
The Art of Life: how arts and culture affect our values
A value-laden elephant in the boardroom
Opening the ethical debates in advertising
Greg Maio: Don’t mind the gap between values and action
Money talks: the impact of economic framing on how we act and feel
Value Modes and Common Cause:
The dangers of appeals to money, image and status
Are you saying we shouldn’t talk about things in economic terms?
What evidence is there that using extrinsic appeals, or mixing extrinsic and intrinsic appeals, is undermining our work?
Do we have the time to shift values?
Can we have an impact on values? Do we really have the power to do so?
Do we need to change values if we can just change behaviour?
Love of nature comes from our hearts, not our wallets. Great piece from Monbiot on Pope's upcoming encyclical.
: Materialistic values = insecurity feelings + weakened ties.
: Great resource for communicators from
: Common Cause Communication: A Toolkit for Charities
: Have a ganders at our new Common Cause Communication Toolkit, out today after 3 yrs work on the new research!
New blog! Who framed global development? The
are looking less sustainable, more business as usual
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