cocooning


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cocooning

Staying at home and isolated from others physically. Coined in the 1990s by Faith Popcorn, CEO of marketing consultancy BrainReserve, electronic devices enable people to purchase everything imaginable and communicate with anyone and everyone without leaving one's habitat. In addition, since 911, some people fear congregating in crowds.
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The effect of cocooning in preventing infant pertussis also is "unclear and inconclusive," and evidence of the effectiveness of the postpartum dose in preventing infant pertussis is limited and the data are conflicting, Dr.
During the $65 million cocooning project, the reactor building was demolished down to its concrete shield walls surrounding the reactor core.
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Below are a few spin-offs from the general cocooning concept, detected in Popcorn's TalentBank surveys and predicted to continue:
MARKET DRIVERS Chart 1 Levels of Cocooning Chart 2 The Drivers of Cocooning 2.
Cocooning is a concept Popcorn defines as the need to protect oneself from the harsh and unpredictable realities of the outside world.
The furniture will have a cocooning theme to it that will envelop you, keep you comfortable and secure," Levine said.
In addition to its custom-priced line of highly detailed infant bedding, the company is now launching a new line called Cocooning that will bring the same aesthetic to the market but at a more moderate price point.