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Putting Good Deeds in Headlines May Not Be So Good

Business, Econ, Marketing

Putting Good Deeds in Headlines May Not Be So Good — When you celebrate what should be ordinary behavior as extraordinary, experts say, it sends a dangerous message.  “I do worry about a culture in which people are giving selves credit for not having done terrible things. It sets a really low bar for what it takes to be a good person,” says London Business School professor Daniel Effron.

 
 
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