“The critical management studies are a set of works that draw on critical theory to formulate different ways of understanding the livelihoods and daily functioning of organizations.”
With the possible exception of donations and grants not linked to their own actions, each and every one of the businesses that exist can survive only and exclusively thanks to their clients, be they natural persons, companies, organizations or even governments.
Psychopathy is a disorder in which the individual does not feel remorse in situations that would be expected to feel or cause harm to others. However, there are different degrees of psychopathy, and types of personality traits associated with this phenomenon.
“The Lüscher test is a projective evaluation technique that starts by relating the preference or rejection of different colors with the expression of certain psychological states.”
“The reason or the ability to reason is one of the most valued cognitive skills throughout history, having been considered in antiquity as one of the characteristics that separate us from other animals and is often confronted with emotion (although emotion and reason are actually deeply interrelated).”
When at the end of the 20th century / beginning of the 21st century the concept of mobile telephony gained momentum, this spread through all markets and settled instantly in them thanks to prices and models for all audiences.
“If you are one of those people who find out about any pain, symptom or medical concept, you could be a cyberchondriac.”
“The Google syndrome, “phubbing”, nomophobia, or cyberchondria are some of the dependency problems generated by the use of the Internet and mobile technology, according to some psychologists.”
Each time there are fewer groups of friends or family that use the traditional short message phone (SMS) and prefer the speed, immediacy and ease of whatsapp.
“Since centuries ago, humans have used psychological tricks to take advantage of others for their own benefit.”
“New technologies make our lives easier, but they also generate addiction.”
25% of us, between 18 and 64 years old, are hooked to the Internet, according to the Organization of Consumers and Users and increasingly rely on new technologies.