Book Name: A Psychology of Culture
Author: Michael B. Salzman
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
File size: 18 MB
File format: PDF
This thought-provoking treatise investigates the vital functions that civilization fulfills in human lifetime in reaction to heart emotional, physiological, and existential needs. It synthesizes varied strands of theoretical and empirical understanding to follow the progression of civilization as a source of morality, self-esteem, identity, and significance in addition to a driver of domination and upheaval. Extended examples from previous and continuing hostilities additionally highlight the durability of civilization in the wake of disturbance and injury, and the potential for understanding between conflicting cultures. The stimulating insights contained here have far-reaching consequences such as psychology, education, intergroup relationships, politics, and social coverage.
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