Wharton professor Jonah Berger shows how social interactions can and will affect us on a day to day basis in the real world.
In this video, they demonstrate the effects that society has on us by doing anything, including nothing. From family, to friends, to work colleagues, to even people you don't know a thing about.
Code Name Verity is a book about two friends who have to go through the tough battle of trying to survive and find each other in Nazi occupied France with little to no hope of ever completing this task. They battle hardship and fear to try and make it out alive and with each other. They have to blend in and change their identities to fit in with their surroundings in order not to be caught and imprisoned. Can they survive?
North Korea tries to influence their society's choices in 1989 by using propaganda, but forget one crucial thing: the lies that they have already told their people.
When society and people in power interact with the populous and even you, they alter the way you think and the way you are.