Frances An

Frances An

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Frances An is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia's School Of Psychological Sciences. Her research interests include the history and philosophy of marketing psychology, moral self-perception and intellectual life under Communism. Her PhD explores the individual motivations, social norms and industrial structures that sustain the practice of 'curbstoning' (data falsification in market research). She writes regularly for 'Cha: An Asian Literary Journal' and has reviewed multiple books on Maoist Chinese culture. In 2019, her Honours thesis investigated the link between utilitarian vs. deontological frameworks and peoples' tendencies to hold exaggerated perceptions of moral self-righteousness.

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