Monthly Archives: March 2020

Navigating new social norms to curb the spread of COVID-19

The president of the Arizona Asian Chamber of Commerce didn’t mind attending a small dinner at a local restaurant to strengthen the business and bring other leaders together to discuss how to help Asian-American restaurants devastated by the coronavirus. That was, at least, until he brought it up on Instagram. …

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US Navigates Radical New Social Norms

There is a new type of social policing that has grown almost as quickly as the viral disease that spurred its arrival. It’s called “midlife shame,” calling out those who leave home for daily activities or who violate social distancing rules. And it’s part of a new reality for Americans …

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Changing social norms in times of pandemic

Source: Katarzyna Modrzejewska / Pixels Hours after planes crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, the government took swift action. All thefts have been grounded and the President, Police Commissioner and Mayor of New York have issued regular, factual and clear updates. When the airports opened two days …

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