A collection of Gladwell's best and most famous essays originally published in the New Yorker.
- Author:Gladwell, MalcolmSummary:
- Author:Hoffer, EricSummary:
Hoffer analyzes and attempts to explain the motives of the various types of personalities that give rise to mass movements; why and how mass movements start, progress and end; and the similarities between them, whether religious,...
- Symbols, selves, and social reality a symbolic interactionist approach to social psychology and sociologyAuthor:Sandstrom, Kent L.Summary:
- Author:De Botton, AlainSummary:
Alain de Botton examines the origins of status anxiety--the universal anxiety about what others think of us--and reveals ingenious ways in which people have been able to overcome their worries in the search for happiness.
- Author:Gilovich, ThomasSummary:
- Author:Kassin, Saul M.Summary:
The most up-to-date account of social psychology, this text introduces students to key concepts through balanced coverage of classic studies, contemporary research, and current social issues. The authors use vivid examples from Canada...
- Author:Laplante, JacquesSummary:
La violence a de multiples faces, toutes celles qu'on lui donne selon les soucis de l'heure et les jeunes font toujours partie de ces soucis. Le piège de la violence dans lequel le jeune peut tomber ne dépend pas uniquement de son agir...
- Author:Freud, SigmundSummary:
- Author:Bishop, AnneSummary: