Kristen Monroe

"Narratives … provide a rich source of information about how people make sense of their lives, about how they construct disparate facts and weave them together cognitively to make sense of reality," explains a 1998 UC Irvine study. They can be helpful for understanding the world, but they can also send people down a rabbit hole.

For the full story, please visit https://reason.com/2022/11/11/pay-attention-to-policy-not-narratives/.

 

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