Factfulness : ten reasons we're wrong about the world - and why things are better than you think / by Dr Hans Rosling with Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Ronnlund
By: Rosling, Hans.
Contributor(s): Rosling, Ola | Rosling Ronnlund, Anna.Publisher: London, U.K. : Sceptre, 2018Description: x, 342 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781473637467.Subject(s): Society | Sociology
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|Book||Australia||606 BROS 2018 (Browse shelf)||Issued||07/06/2019|
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|606 END The end of average :||606 ENL Enlightenment now :||606 EVE Everybody lies :||606 FAC Factfulness :||606 GIV The givers :||606 HAP The happiness industry :||606 HOM Homo Deus :|
The gap instinct -- The negativity instinct -- The straight line instinct -- The fear instinct -- The size instinct -- The generalization instinct -- The destiny instinct -- The single perspective instinct -- The blame instinct -- The urgency instinct -- Factfulness in practice -- Factfulness rules of thumb. APPENDIX: How did your country do?
Argues that despite common belief, the world is in a better state than many think. Reveals that most people are wrong about major trends in poverty, education and health, and reveals ten instincts that distort our perspective.