The Psychology of Friendship and Enmity [2 volumes]: by Rom Harré, Fathali M. Moghaddam

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 approaches keen on changing into friends—or enemies. quantity 1, Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Insights, specializes in friendship and enmity among members, interpreting 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 train approximately human nature. quantity 2, Group and Intergroup Understanding, makes a speciality of team dynamics throughout time and all over the world. subject matters diversity from team interactions prior to and after the yank Civil conflict to friendship and enmity among Afghans and american citizens this day. The work's final crisis, notwithstanding, is to provide ways that participants, teams, and international locations can discover ways to be friends.

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Moghaddam, F. M. (2006). From the terrorists’ point of view: What they experience and why they come to destroy. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International. Moghaddam, F. M. (2010). The new global insecurity. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International. Moghaddam, F. M. (2013). The psychology of dictatorship. Washington, DC: Â�American Psychological Association. Morris, C. & Maisto, A. (2008). ). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall. Ohman, A. (2005). Conditioned fear of a face: A prelude to ethnic enmity?

Coverage of aggression varied from purely evolutionary or physiology-related (Freud’s instincts, Lorez, heredity, hormones/testosterone) to learned behavior (frustration-aggression, social learning theory, gender). , reducing exposure to Â�violence and aggression such as in the media). Most books did have Â�coverage of reducing conflict and/or aggression in the social psychology chapters, usually separate from the sections on aggression. Topics related to reducing conflict and/or aggression included contact theory, the promise of superordinate goals from Sherif’s (1966) Robber’s Cave experiments, and the jigsaw technique (Aronson, Blaney, Stephin, Sikes, & Snapp, 1978), a renowned educational method used to reduce racial and other intergroup tension and increase cooperation in the classroom.

It even lists those same pages separately under Â�interethnic Â�violence in the index. September 11, violence, and terrorist attacks were also listed. Yet the text defines conflict in the “Stress and Health Â�Psychology” Â�chapter as “simultaneous existence of incompatible demands, Â�opportunities, needs, or goals” (p. 388). ) and does not mention ways of resolving conflict in this section. On page 339, however, in the same chapter but in the Â�section “Love, Partnerships, and Parenting,” there is a large text box titled “Resolving Conflicts in Intimate Relationships” using conflict resolution skills (p.

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