Living and Acting Together: An Essay in Social Psychology (Living and Acting Together)
By: Robert I. Stewart (author)Paperback
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Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview Part 2 Social Incompetence Chapter 3 The Record and its Biological Source Chapter 4 The Limits of Sociocultural Resources and Physical Force Chapter 5 Romanticism: The Source of the Idea of Social Incompetence Chapter 6 People as Composers and the Worlds They Compose Chapter 7 Composing Duration, Resistance, and Objects People Dislike Chapter 8 Composing People Chapter 9 Symbols and Language: Composer's Primary Tools Part 10 Creating Social Competence and Making Social Life More Hazardous Chapter 11 Producing Predictability Chapter 12 Producing Trust
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