By Rom Harré, Fathali M. Moghaddam
In this two-volume set, the main entire remedy of its topic thus far, eminent social scientists discover the procedures keen on turning into friends—or enemies. quantity 1, Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Insights, specializes in friendship and enmity among contributors, reading occasions that come up in romances, in class, at paintings, and among races, genders, and sexual identities. The textual content is enriched through a dialogue of person interactions in vintage books and flicks, what these tales mirror, and what they educate approximately human nature. quantity 2, Group and Intergroup Understanding, makes a speciality of crew dynamics throughout time and world wide. issues variety from workforce interactions earlier than and after the yank Civil struggle to friendship and enmity among Afghans and americans this day. The work's final situation, notwithstanding, is to offer ways that participants, teams, and international locations can discover ways to be friends.
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