6 edition of Us & them found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Us and them|
|LC Classifications||NC242.D35 A4 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged). :|
|LC Control Number||2004303300|
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"Us and Them" by David Berreby explores the human faculty for seeing other people as members of groups with group characteristics, or as Berreby calls them, Human Kinds. The book examines classic results of social psychology, such as Sharif's Cited by: Us and Them totally blew me a way.
This is a fantastic exploration of neuropsychcology, social psych, group dynamics, cognitive psych, motivations, game theory and on and on. Berreby's book led to a spate of blog posts for me and directly impacted how I work with my clients/5.
Ian Bremmer’s Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism will not please many for very different reasons but in the growing literature on the impact of 21st century developments, globalization and inequality, Bremmer leads in setting out the playing fields and their future for a wide cross section of the world in revealing analysis, and where Cited by: David Berreby says, "Us And Them is a book about research and ideas.
But I suppose its emotional roots are in my struggles to cope with people who think their way of dividing up humanity must be the only one around." If you enjoy the except at BookBrowse, you might also enjoy Berreby's Us and Them Blog.
"Us and Them" illuminates these dark corners of our nation's past and traces its ongoing efforts to live up to its h 14 case studies, using original documents, historical photos, newly 4/5(3). 10 years ago, during the hectic chunyun period, 2 strangers traveling home meet on the train, what follows is a journey of realizing their dreams, love, breakups.
10 years later, these not so %.