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Framespotting: Changing How You Look At Things Changes How You See Them Paperback – October 31, 2014
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This book is a really salutary encouragement to challenge what you think are the obvious ways to frame questions and possibilities. It is hopeful, realistic and original; what more could you ask from a book about learning to think afresh? --Rowan Williams, Former Archbishop of Canterbury; Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge
A very enjoyable read. I loved the simple, crisp language, and the illustrations work really well. There's a refreshing determination here to change the whole 'mood music' behind the way we address important issues. --Jonathon Porritt
A stimulating, lateral view of life. --Rt Hon Peter Hain MP, Former Leader of the House of Commons
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Laurence and Alison Matthews are lecturers, industrial statisticians and bestselling writers who use a simple, lively style to communicate ideas. They live near Hay-on-Wye, UK, with far too many books.
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Read this book!!!! Everyone just read this book! You do matter and what you act on can literally change the world.
What this book is: A propaganda piece doing exactly what it decrees as manipulation.
What is the propaganda you ask? This book as all about curtailing CO2 emissions. So if you want to you read a book on CO2 emissions destroying the world and the authors' solution for it, you may enjoy it. If you want to read a book about "Changing how you look at things", this book is a dismal failure.
The ironic part: the authors' (briefly and in a way that offers nothing new or insightful) outline how propaganda works and how they hope to make real change by changing a few minds at a time (of course when they state it, its evil corporations.) Then they proceed to immediately try to use it on you...