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The Roots of Goodness and Resistance to Evil.

The Roots of Goodness and Resistance to Evil.

Author: Ervin Staub
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English

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Staub, Ervin.
Roots of Goodness and Resistance to Evil: Inclusive Caring, Moral Courage, Altruism Born of Suffering, Active Bystandership, and Heroism.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ervin Staub
ISBN: 9780199700417 0199700419
OCLC Number: 957125470
Description: 1 online resource (408 pages)
Contents: Cover; Blurb; Half Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; Second Half Title; 1 Introduction:€Examples of Goodness and Passivity and Overview of the Book; 2 Why We Should Help and Not Harm Others; 3 Inclusive Caring, Moral Courage, Basic Human Needs, Altruism Born of Suffering:€Socialization and Experience; 4 Basic Psychological Needs, Caring and Violence, and Optimal Human Functioning; 5 Learning by Doing and Natural Socialization:€The Evolution of Helping and Caring (and Violence) Through One's Own Actions; 6 Passivity:€Bystanders to Genocide. 7 The Psychology of Rescue:€Perpetrators, Bystanders, and Heroic Helpers 8 Psychology, Morality, Devaluation, and Evil; 9 Helping Psychologically Wounded Children Heal; 10 Altruism Born of Suffering:€The Roots of Caring and Helping After Victimization and Other Trauma; 11 The Heroism of Survivors:€Survivors Saving Themselves and the Impact on Their Lives; 12 Heroes and Other Committed Individuals; 13 How Can We Become Good Bystanders-in Response to Needs Around Us and in the World?; 14 Understanding Police Violence and Active Bystandership in Preventing It. 15 Many Students Are Happy, Others Are Bullied, Some Excluded: Active Bystandership Helps 16 Training Active Bystanders in Schools (and Other Settings); 17 Education and Trainings as Routes to Helping, Nonaggression, Compassion, and Heroism; 18 Advancing Healing and Reconciliation-in Rwanda and Beyond; 19 Public Education for Reconciliation and Peace:€Changing Hearts and Minds:€Musekeweya, an Educational Radio Drama in Rwanda; 20 Preventing Violence and Terrorism and Promoting Positive Relations Between Dutch and Muslim Communities in Amsterdam. 21 The Impact of the Staub Model on Policymaking in Amsterdam Regarding Polarization and Radicalization 22 The Roots of Helping, Heroism, and Resistance to and the Prevention of Mass Violence:€Active Bystandership in Extreme Times and in Building Peaceful Societies; 23 Exploring Moral Courage and Heroism; 24 Nonviolence as a Way to Address Injustice and Group Conflict; 25 An Unassuming Hero; 26 Bystandership-One Can Make a Difference:€Interview with Ervin Staub. 27 Summary Table of the Roots of Caring, Helping, Active Bystandership, Resistance to Violence, and Creating Caring Societies 28 Creating Caring Societies:€Values, Culture, Institutions; Author Index; Subject Index.


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