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In our last Forensic View (Sharps, 2020), we discussed the importance of cognitive dissonance in the maintenance and even enhancement of cult beliefs. Many of the ideas we considered are bizarre by normal standards; it’s difficult to see how a person could come to endorse such beliefs, and unless that person were relatively dissociated (see our next Forensic View), he or she probably wouldn’t. Not while thinking as an individual.
But what if that person is a member of a group?
A great research psychologist once told me of his studies of monkeys. He was having trouble distinguishing a given monkey under observation when it mixed in with its fellows, so he dabbed a little drab paint, hardly visible, onto the hindquarters of the specific monkey.
When this painted monkey was introduced back into its troop, the psychologist anticipated no problem; the paint was practically invisible. But
Technologies are becomes more advanced and businesses goes to live on technologies. Many clients who are not aware of website design technologies but heard so many things about websites and their technologies used to develop. Because of heard things, they collect some knowledge about website design they made some perceptions or stereotypes which is not true at all. It’s a matter of facts that People who does not belongs to the community whatever it is have made some Stereotypes based on facts that is irrelevant and most of them is false. While few things they saw or listen may be correct at that time in some specific conditions.
Here we list out some most common stereotypes really encountered with our customers and from people around us:
• A Website designer is a Programmer – It is the most common stereotypes of people from our surroundings they think that website designer … Read More
There are all kinds of internet laws; good ones, bad ones, and some that are just plain weird. The weird but true internet laws are what we are going to focus on today. These three laws come from all around the world, and can really make you shake your head in wonder at the sheer insanity of it all.
#1: It is illegal in the State of Tennessee (USA) to post/send “distressing” images using the internet
Yes, you heard that correctly. As of mid-2011 it is illegal to “transmit or display an image” anywhere online that is likely (yes, likely) to “frighten, intimidate, or cause emotional distress” to anyone who sees it. Yes, anyone, regardless of whether or not the person in question was the target of the image. This takes the crown for most ridiculous internet laws ever made! Under this law, anyone, from anywhere in the world, can … Read More