BFM 89.9

One moment please...

Podcast  >  Morning Run  >  The Breakfast Grille  >  Breaking Away From The Pack

Breaking Away From The Pack

Harvey Whitehouse, Professor, University of Oxford

10-Dec-19 08:05

Brought to you by

Breaking

People tend to indulge in group think or they follow the herd even if it is detrimental to oneself. How can we neutralise extreme-thinking groups such as right wingers? Why do Malaysians cling on to their tribes? How do we create more barrier crossers between groups? Why is religion appealing? We discuss these questions with anthropologist, Professor Harvey Whitehouse from the University of Oxford. He was a speaker at Khazanah Megatrends Forum.


Presented by: Noelle Lim

Tags:  group thinkterrorismtribesreligionanthropology

Life

Share this podcast

Latest Podcasts

BFM 89.9 -- The Business Station.

Welcome to BFM


You're one tap away from great content.


Sign up for a free BFM account and access our entire podcast library to your heart's content.


Terms & Conditions      Privacy Policy



Play / Pause

Listen now : Ringgit and Sense (Repeat): Is EPF Enough For Your Retirement?; Balqais Yusoff,...

Today’s Shows



10:00 AM

Pick of the Pops (REPEAT)

12:00 PM

Bar None (REPEAT)

1:00 PM

Ringgit and Sense (Repeat)

Is EPF Enough For Your Retirement?; Balqais Yusoff, Head of Strategy Management Department, Employees Provident Fund (EPF)

1:30 PM

The Property Show (Repeat)

Property Outlook 2020; Sarkunan Subramaniam, Managing Director, Knight Frank Malaysia | Loong Chee Wei, Senior Associate Director, Affin Hwang Capital

2:00 PM

Cruise Control (REPEAT)

The French Connection

3:00 PM

Raise Your Game (REPEAT)

Around The World In 60 Seconds; Nas Daily (Nuseir Yassin)

4:00 PM

The Bigger Picture (REPEAT)

History on Repeat #2 - Rethinking Melaka and the Sejarah Melayu; Ahmat Adam, independent scholar

5:00 PM

TED Radio Hour

6:00 PM

Night School (REPEAT)

Designing Relationships; Viola Petrella

7:00 PM

Take Five (REPEAT)

8:00 PM

The Flow (REPEAT)

9:00 PM

The Selector