The globalized age of the Internet has deepened an already uncomfortable fact of human society: shame. Classroom bullying has migrated to text and social media. Business reputation is more Yelp or Angie’s List than word of mouth. But how much does the power of public shame actually affect our behavior?
There is dissent over how much peer pressure can motivate, and, of course, this can include pressures over retirement preparations.
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