Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

February 11, 2019

“Do scandals make people outraged OR do outraged people seek out scandals?”

That’s the question socionomists ask each time we hear the latest seedy gossip. And lately, tales of these improprieties are receiving their fair share in print. From recently elected Brazilian President Bolsonaro, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, to Nobel Peace Prize winner Oscar Arias Sanchez. Not even the Catholic Pope is out of the woods.

Robert Prechter’s 2017 book Socionomic Studies of Society and Culture empowers you to peer around the corner and anticipate a new trend before anyone else does. A digital copy of this book and much more is available to you with a subscription to the Socionomics Membership.

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