Sunday, July 3, 2016
"We" instead of "me" creates a higher quality life
Do cultural norms and attitudes make a difference in the public health of populations? The answer to this question is clearly "yes." What are some of those cultural norms and attitudes that make a positive difference? Michael Moore describes the norms and attitudes in Norway and says that Norwegian attitude toward "we" instead of "me" is so different from the United States that most Americans wouldn't believe that Norwegians actually believe and behave in these healthier ways.