Social researcher Neer Korn found that mothers today feel guilty for not being perfect in every way and sense that someone, somewhere is always judging them. They’re sick of the depiction of perfect mums in ads.
Neer Korn is regularly interviewed in the media on issues far and wide, from the vital to the frivolous.
His most unusual enquiry to date sought an explanation for the marriage breakup of celebrity couple. On that occasion he was unable to comment.
Expert explains how wellness became a social media STATUS symbol – as he claims we’re overestimating our health
Social researcher Neer Korn, head of the Korn Group, says today’s school funding debate “really should divide up to talk about the exclusive private schools, your mum-and-dad private schools, and then the public schools”.
BABY Boomers are determined to have fun, stay young and smash the stereotypical perception of ageing, a new report shows. They’re no longer interested in simply taking up bingo or lawn bowls and “fading away quietly” into retirement.
“For most Australians living an overall healthier lifestyle is a goal and, indeed, a measure of success. They know they don’t have it right and are looking for inspiration and practical solutions to improve their overall sense of wellbeing,” he tells myBody+Soul.
Millennials run the workplace, well they certainly will soon enough. Step this way to survive the new order.
Being unable to afford a house ranks high alongside terrorism as two of the biggest concerns felt by ordinary Australians, a recent study has shown.
Not sure how to approach your middle-aged boss about more cashola? It’s all in the words.
FOR many Australians, the return of Pauline Hanson to Parliament is a frightening portent that taints the idea of Australia as the land of the laid-back with a more sinister edge.
A new report: ‘Social Media & Digital Advertising – Trends, Rights and Wrongs’ has revealed consumers’ attitudes towards social media sites.
Has the dinner party fallen victim to the pace of modern life? Thirty-five per cent of Australians who hosted dinner parties …
Consumer researcher Neer Korn believes financial planners are well-placed…
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the United Nations International Year…
THERE isn’t enough room on this website to list all the things I don’t know…
THE hefty cost of weddings – and a more open-minded society – has seen the…
IT’s official: the arrogant, blokey alpha male has been knocked off his pedestal…
I AM sitting at a bar with my friends, and we are talking about credit card debt…
Independent Retailers of Australia has rolled out full page ads urging Prime Minister…
New research reveals the average Australian wastes $1597 a year on products…
Plenty has been written about savage attacks on celebrities, such as Jessica Simpson and Chrissie Swan, and our experts try to uncover whether these attacks are simply caused by rudeness.
Consumers are told to change and update their passwords regularly. Could they be bothered? And how do they remember them all?
Skinny for Sale
What does it mean to be Australian? What are Australian values? Five passionate individuals from a variety of backgrounds agree to a “lock in” at an iconic venue with a mission to come up with their own list of questions. Viewers are invited to participate online. How many will pass the test?
The Kinderling Conversation: The Parent Panel
2RES Talking about Trust in society
What does a ‘good life’ mean to Australians?
Attitudes to happiness
Parents sacrifice to pay school fees
Lying on resumes
Baby Boomers & health
Baby Boomers & advertising
Baby Boomers & the workplace
Australians getting richer and living longer
Social Trends 2013
Young people and the arts
Work and Stress
The concerns of small business
How people vote
Private schooling – ABC Radio
Attitude to green issues – ABC radio