Peter Lau is a journalist and has worked at brand eins for as long as he can remember. In the past, he was also a music journalist, a film journalist, a food journalist, and whatever else came his way. He lives in Hamburg, is interested in and writes about everything that promises progress, and has a daughter who is twelve years smarter than he is.
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“People Are Angry Because They Feel Their World Views and Values Are at Stake.”
How can people find each other in an increasingly fragmented society? Sociologist Michael Carolan says: through experiences.