Glamorizing Social Mobility Through Market Research
Fri, 28 Feb 2014 16:20:53 +0000
Fantástico, a popular Sunday TV news programme in Brazil, had two long pieces related to social mobility this past week. One was about teens learning to install braces themselves as they became a fashionable item. The other is about slums and how, in contrast to the common (external) view, residents now feel happy about living there (both [...]Read more...
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