The Case for Working with Values and Frames
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Finding Common Cause in Australia
May 31, 2012
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Orphanages, latrines & soap powder: 7 things we can do to fix the #PovertyDiscourse
Food Values: a new project with Organic Centre Wales
Why democratic ownership can make us better people
Genis Carreras: Visualising Values
On having more than two sides: how do you describe values?
Taking the red pill:
A 10-stop tour of Common Cause
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
Value Modes and Common Cause:
The dangers of appeals to money, image and status
Launching the Common Cause Handbook
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?
its really interesting stuff, Martin from
recently did this guest blog for us
in reply to Eco_melon
event sounds fab for values based engagement on social and environmental issues
fantastic event last night, thanks for inviting us, really exciting to see how you're putting
: Values matter: less conscientious& more open-to-experience individ. better prepared for
Challenging stuff. Whose side are you on? Corporate NGOs silencing grassroots voices: let's redress
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