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Stephen Conroy’s campaign to ‘flush the internet’ is ill-conceived and already old hat, says Ross Fitzgerald — and it is backfiring on Labor In this great brown land, the whiff of private parliamentary polling is in the air again and although Kevin Rudd’s personal approval rating may be high, that’s not where Labor should be pointing its fortune-tellers.The crystal ball should be aimed at Independents and Greens in the Senate.When there is a conflict between the individual’s past values and interests and their present values and interests proxy decision makers encounter an ethical dilemma.The aim of this feasibility study was to explore the potential use of Construal Level Theory (CLT) as a way of analysing the thinking of proxy decision makers where this conflict occurs.When she launched Milk Bands™ in 2005, Jenny wrote: "I had decided that I wanted my babies to be breastfed and after having major setbacks on breastfeeding my first born, I was anxious to try again with my second child which turned out more pleasant.BUT, due to lack of sleep, not being educated enough on breastfeeding and unable to find a decent way to track what side, what time or how long they would breastfeed (my babies were "on demand" feeders) it became frustrating for me.CLT (Liberman and Trope, 2014; Trope and Liberman, 2010) contends that people use mental construal to traverse psychological distance and to think about choices, alternatives and perspectives in different dimensions; temporal, spatial, social and hypothetical.
The clip shows a cleverly re-subtitled scene from the film Downfall in which Adolf Hitler is told by his generals that the war is lost.
The makers of this potent satire have cast Conroy in the role of Hitler and the subtle jibes at the way Labor’s factions work makes it clear that the creators are most likely either Get Up staffers or Labor apparatchiks. The problem for Labor, which the clip alludes to, is that Stephen Conroy inherited the policy of ‘flushing the internet’ from Kim Beazley.
When Beazley was federal Labor leader, he was reading polls that showed a large majority of Australian parents were very concerned about the amount of offensive material that their children could be exposed to on the internet.
Although Jenny is currently a full time at-home mother of 5 children, she's known to spend 40 hours or more per week working on or improving her many Mothers Lounge brands.
It all started in 2005 when she invented the Milk Bands™ breastfeeding bracelet which is sold in thousands of stores worldwide.