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Comment by It, Which is That on December 16, 2013 at 15:27

Comment by Anon Eire on September 20, 2013 at 19:49

Live in the hive tonite night at 9pm the Anon Eire show only on Tir Na Saor . We will be speaking about what happen on Wednesday 18th sep out side the Dáil lock out event about our live streams and about the Garda being Heavy Handed .we will be also talking about pepper spray how to remove it from your eyes and lots more we will be join by our co host t0p from the UK tell us what's going on . So tune in @9pm tonight live we will be taking calls live on the air from Skype .

Comment by Kev on September 16, 2013 at 14:12
Comment by Anon Eire on September 10, 2013 at 20:32
Comment by michael cassidy on September 7, 2013 at 21:01

Seven Ways to Effect Change

this is culled from
http://www.cio.com/article/32213/Seven_Ways_to_Effect_Change

1. Reason
2. Research
3. Resonance
4. Representational redescriptions
5. Resources and rewards
6. Real-world events
7. Lowered Resistances Barriers

CIO — It’s very difficult to change the minds of adults on any issue of significance, says author and Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner. But the highest probability of a lasting change of opinion comes when the first six "levers" below are in concert, and the seventh factor, resistances, is low.

1. Reason The rational approach, involving identifying relevant factors and weighing them. This lever is especially important among those who deem themselves to be educated.

2. Research Complementing the use of rational argument is the collection of data, which is used to test trends or assertions.

3. Resonance Whereas reason and research appeal to the cognitive mind, resonance refers to emotions. An opinion or idea resonates when it just "feels right" to a person.

4. Representational redescriptions The repetition of a point of view in many different forms?linguistic, numerical or graphic?to reinforce the message is one of the most important levers for changing people’s minds, Gardner says.

5. Resources and rewards Money and other resources can be applied directly (as a bonus, for example) or indirectly (as a donation to a charity as long as the philanthropist’s wishes are adopted). Unless resources and rewards work together with other mind-changing levers, however, a new course of thought is unlikely to last when the money runs out.

6. Real-world events The use of news stories and events to bolster one’s perspective can be effective in changing minds. Some real-world events, such as the 9/11 terrorist attacks, can affect so many people so deeply that they cause a mass change of mind.

7. Resistances Barriers to changing one’s mind are created by age (as people get older, their neural pathways are less susceptible to alteration), the emotion that a topic creates and the public stand one has previously taken on a topic.

all we can do is to seek change for the better ,

Comment by michael cassidy on September 7, 2013 at 20:53

Comment by michael cassidy on September 7, 2013 at 20:38

Being in Ballina recently I chanced on the Jackie Clarke permanent exhibition, http://www.clarkecollection.ie/VirtualTour/
it documents periods in Irish history in which we might find a lot of parallels with the current environment so well documented by Tir Na Saor , Attack The Tax and others
What impressed me was the methodologies used to mobilise support for change , they were all of the time and there was no competition from Facebook, Sky or the Simpsons . But look how successful they turned out to be at their time . Jackie's collection ,in part, documents the finding of leaders , the lifting of them to situations to where they could lead effectively , and the backroom support mechanisms , graphic design , journalism , and group management that helped them to bring about change for the better .
I think its worth a visit if only to give a few minutes to think outside the box ,But then, of course who was it said the only thing we learn from history is that we don't learn from history ,
and that history is written by the winners . But this exhibition is different, it was collected by an ordinary guy with an exceptionally good eye for picking out what was important and true

Comment by Anon Eire on August 31, 2013 at 21:49

look at the video we posted thanks

Comment by Anon Eire on August 31, 2013 at 21:49

Today at co kildare kennycourt 31/09/2013 Were the people take bk a home from were the Bailiff was trying to face Eviction on a family home but the power off the people stood up and together to take it back .

Comment by Anon Eire on August 30, 2013 at 14:52

To night from 9pm and every friday Anon Eire live in the hive with Roger Moore and other Anons with Discussions talks IT tech ,tunes lots more LIVE FROM TIR NA SAOR .

 

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