UA-89528286-1 Podcast Episode: The Culture of Social Comparison
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Podcast Episode: The Culture of Social Comparison

December 1, 2021
Elliot graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a BA in Political Science and International Affairs and an MPA with an emphasis on Public Policy. He earned a second masters degree in Strategic Communication from the University of Iowa. Currently, he is working towards his Juris Doctor at Syracuse University.
Elliot formerly worked as the Deputy Political Director for the Heller for Senate campaign overseeing all of Northern Nevada.
Humans have the unique ability to coordinate behavior, economic exchange, political action, and social relationships across immense distances and times. To keep this level of coordination running smoothly, we often look to others as comparison standards for how to behave, think, and feel.
In todays episode, Jake and Elliot dive deep on the topic of comparisons, especially during this COVID pandemic. They discuss how to be aware of the language we use and the comparisons we create in our daily lives and in society.

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