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Wrong messages

“We are right to stop and think about the ways in which advice and campaigns may alter people’s behaviour or be interpreted in ways that are contrary to what we intend. More often than not, however, the solution is not to stop but simply to counter the feared message with a very clear, overt one. Sometimes actions only speak louder than words when you let them.”

This week’s Herald column.

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