Intergroup Relations

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Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1996 - 191 ˹
This book presents a social psychological approach to the study of intergroup relations to help readers understand the causes and consequences of the distinction between ingroups (those groups to which an individual belongs) and outgroups (social groups that do not include the individual as a member) - the apparently universal propensity to differentiate the social world into "us" and "them."

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Norman G. Miller is holder of the West Shell, Jr. Professorship at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D. from the Ohio State University, after which he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia until 1981. During 1985-86 he was a Visiting Chairholder at the University of Hawaii College of Business. Dr. Miller has numerous academic articles, books and articles in trade market publications. Dr. Miller has been a frequent speaker and writer on e-commerce strategies for real estate owners and managers. He has worked extensively with various trade associations and is the primary national instructor and moderator for NAIOP programs on "Developing in the Next Century". As a Homer Hoyt Land Use Institute Faculty, based in North Palm Beach Florida, he is involved with some premier thought leaders among academics and industry professionals in a think tank setting for annual conferences on real estate issues and trends.

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