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The Epic Ideological Struggle of Our Global Era: Part 2. Multiculturalism versus Homogenization

By Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Multiculturalism: A Competing Ideology In my last post, I discussed homogenization, a dangerous ideology.  Today I discuss a competing ideology, Multiculturalism. An ideology is a systematic set of beliefs that  define a preferred or favored … Continue reading

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The Epic Ideological Struggle of Our Global Era: Part 1. Multiculturalism versus Homogenization

By Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D Homogenization We live in a global era! This is a fact misunderstood, denied, distorted, ignored, or used  for advantage by those with power and privilege. Our lives and fortunes are interdependent. Single, isolated events, once … Continue reading

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NATURAL AND HUMAN-MADE DISASTERS:

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Disasters:  “More than a Word” by  Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. 1. Distant Disasters The word “disasters” has become much more than a word as humanity becomes aware of the numerous natural, human-made, and human-facilitated disasters in our times.  In distant … Continue reading

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The “Just Enough” Policy: Behavioral Control of Collective Protest through Minimum Reward, Part 3 of a 3-part series

  The Paradox of Advances and Losses by Anthony Marsella, PhD Virtually everyone, except perhaps the very young and uninformed, is in disbelief at our national situation. Most adults never imagined a world filled with so many challenges to security, … Continue reading

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