1. The existence of a difficult-to-prove trend is proposed. 2. The author quotes an expert in an attempt to support the existence of the trend, but the quote actually contains no real evidence. 3. One statistically insignificant person is introduced as evidence the proposed trend exists. 4. Information is given that seemingly supports the hypothesis, but actually has nothing to do with it.
AKA THE SUNDAY STYLE SECTION
Also, this is a lot of popular social enterprise and development stories. I’m looking at Nikolas Kristof.