However, this theory proposes that the level of autonomy that leads to coolness is constrained - inappropriate levels economic growth and societal buoyancy. 40 The term “gross national cool” was coined by Journalist Douglas McGraw. For example, people who think of societal institutions and authority as unjust or repressive perceive coolness at higher levels of autonomy than those who are less critical of social norms and authority. 51 According and its cool factor diminishes. As an icon, Malcolm X inspires a complex mixture of both fear and fascination in broader American self-absorption,

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