Monday, January 12, 2009

Corellating happiness with..

... the use of entertainment industry.

From my completely unscientific observations it seems, that the happier a person is, then (s)he is less reliant on an entertainment industry. Either happier people:

  1. do not need entertainment,
  2. entertain themselves without an external help, or
  3. entertainment industries target the less happy part of the population and so miss the mark with happier people.

What kind of metric could prove or break the hypothesis?

1 comment :

  1. I've heard that the entertainment industry actually does better during economic recessions and even depressions... if confirmed, that would be an interesting factor because it would show that people who normally do not "need entertainment" under positive economic conditions become more reliant during negative conditions.


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