One Society, Different Worlds

This study has shown that in the Czech Republic the simple model of a society divided into two groups does not hold. In Czech society, there are not two immutable, separate groups that would oppose one across a number of social cleavages. Instead, there is a risk of fragmentation into many disparate groups that do not trust nor understand one another, which results in an overall paralysis and inability to act. Diversity of opinions is important, but consensus and compromise are needed for transforming a conversation into policy decisions.

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