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The death of deference

The death of deference

One social factor, important to the rise of the life science industry, that is rarely discussed was disenchantment. ... In my work, I discern a 21st century parallel to disenchantment, namely the 'death of deference'.

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  • History rhymes: modern globalisation trends mirror the past History rhymes: modern globalisation trends mirror the past

    It's not hard to see parallels with our connected world. And at the same time, the sociologist Weber recorded 'The Age of Disenchantment' as the public began to move its

  • Building a good defence

    Disenchantment discontinuers are different. Research shows that, barring a major safety event or government directive, the main reason for disenchantment is simply misinformation; confusion, conflicting messages or incomplete understanding.

  • NHS news in brief

    ìIt would seem that disenchantment with the government translates into scepticism about the service.î.

  • Question Master

    Like all potentially great ideas, an excess of enthusiasm might be followed by disenchantment if patient-reported health questionnaires became the fashion and practice of all Trusts over night.

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