Focusing particularly on genocide, Erwin Staub explores the psychology of group aggression. He sketches a conceptual The Roots of Evil: The Origins of Genocide and Other Group Violence. Front Cover. Ervin Staub. Cambridge University. In the excerpt below, psychologist Ervin Staub, who was rescued in Hungary as a child, discusses the psychological and social background of the Swedish. Ervin Staub. University of Massachusetts at Amherst. The focus of this article will be on the origins of evil, in several domains. An important.
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In his concluding chapters, he reflects on the socialization of children at home and in schools, and on the societal practices and processes that facilitate the development of caring persons, and of care and cooperation among groups. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. See if you have enough points for this item. He had a Hungarian business partner whose [Jewish] relatives were in immediate danger. Focusing particularly on genocide, but also on other forms of mass killing, torture, and war, this study explores the psychological, cultural, and societal roots of group aggression.
Ervin Staub asks in The Roots of Evil, how can human beings kill or brutalize multitudes of other human beings?
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His familiarity with Hungary also gave him some competence. Within this conceptual framework, Staub then considers the behavior of perpetrators and bystanders in four historical situations: Amy rated it really liked it Jul 21, Stephen van Van Evera. The origins of genocide and mass killings: View on Google Maps. Quotes from The Roots of Evil. Turkish Staib Tribunal The Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies.
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