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Us and Them: Relating to Challenging Others

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Ackoff, Russell L.  's Fables. Wiley, 1978.

Beaman, Jean.  Us and Them: symbolic boundaries and community institutions (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, 2007. [abstract]

Berne, Eric.  Games People Play: the basic handbook of transactional analysis. Ballantine, 1996/1964.

Berreby, David.  Us and Them: the science of identity. University of Chicago Press, 2008.

Berreby, David.  Us and Them: understanding your tribal mind. Little, Brown and Company, 2005.

Blake, Anthony G. E.  The Supreme Art of Dialogue: structures of meaning. DuVersity Publications, 2008. [comments]

Bodkin, Maud.  Archetypal Patterns in Poetry: psychological studies of imagination. Oxford University Press, 1934/1974.

Booker, Christopher.  The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories. London: Continuum, 2004. [review]

Campbell, Joseph.  The Hero With a Thousand Faces. Princeton University Press, 1949/1973.

Carlson, Marvin A.  Theories of the Theatre: a historical and critical survey from the Greeks to the present. Cornell University Press, 1993.

Carnes, Jim.  Us and Them: a history of intolerance in America. Oxford University Press, 1999.

Chigas, Diana.  Track II (Citizen) Diplomacy. Beyond Intractability, August 2003. [text]

Cowan, Nelson.  The magical number 4 in short-term memory: A reconsideration of mental storage capacity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 2001, pp. 87-185.

Edgar, David.  How Plays Work. Nick Hern Books, 2009. [summary]

de Bono, Edward.  I Am Right, You Are Wrong: From This to the New Renaissance: From Rock Logic to Water Logic, 1991.

De Guinzbourg, V. S. M.  Wit and Wisdom of the United Nations: proverbs and apothegms on diplomacy. United Nations, 1961.

Eaton, B. Curtis / Eswaran, Mukesh / Oxoby, Robert.  'Us' and 'Them': The Origin of Identity and its Economic Implications. Department of Economics, University of Calgary, Working Papers 2009-03.. [text]

Eriksen, Thomas Hylland.  How to challenge Us-and-Them thinking?., 29 Augut 2008. [text]

Gelder, M.  Meeting the Enemy, Becoming a Friend. Boulder, Bauu Press, 2006.

Goonatilake, Susantha.  Toward a Global Science: mining civilizational knowledge. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1999.

Foster-Harris, William.  The Basic Patterns of Plot. University of Oklahoma Press, 1959.

Hildick, Wallace.  Thirteen Types of Narrative. Crown Publishers, 1970.

Hölderlin, Friedrich.  Pallaksch [meaning "sometimes Yes, sometimes No]. [comment]

Kaye, Dalia D.  Talking to the Enemy: Track Two Diplomacy in the Middle East and South Asia. RAND Corporation, 2007. [text]

Kirkpatrick, Jeane.  The Myth of Moral Equivalence. Imprimis, January 1986, Vol. 15, No. 1.

Korostelina, Karina.  Redefining "Us" and "Them": Gülen's approach to transformation of perceptions between Muslims and Non-Muslim. November 2008. [text]

Kurdi, Iman.  Splitting the World Into Us and Them. Arab News, 4 August 2005. [text]

Lakoff, George.  The Political Mind: why you can't understand 21st Century politics with an 18th Century brain. Viking, 2008. [review]

Lakoff, George / Johnson, Mark.  Metaphors We Live By. University of Chicago Press. 1980/2003.

Magill, Frank Northen / Kohler, Dayton / Mazzeno, Laurence W.  (Eds.).    Masterplots: 1,801 plot stories and critical evaluations of the world's finest literature. Salem Press, 1976/1996, 12 vols.

Maruyama, Magoroh.  Polyocular Vision or Subunderstanding?. Organization Studies, 25, 2004, pp. 467-480.

Mateas, Michael / Stern, Andrew.  Build It to Understand It: ludology meets narratology in game design space. Atlanta, College of Computing and School of Literature, Communication and Culture Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005. [text]

McCloskey, Donald N.  Metaphors Economists Live By. Social Research, Vol. 62, 1995.

McCloskey, Donald N.  Economics: Art or Science or Who Cares? Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1, Winter 1994. [text]

Mendelson, Sarah E. / Gerber, Theodore P.  Us and Them: Anti-American views of the Putin generation. The Washington Quarterly, Spring 2008, pp. 131-150.

Miller, George A.  The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review, 63, 1956, pp. 81-97. [text]

Moon, Dawne.  Us and Them: discourse and social power in the making of collective selves. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, 2007. [text]

Moshman, David.  Us and Them: identity and genocide. Identity, 7, 2 May 2007, pp. 115 - 135. [abstract]

Muller, Jerry Z.  Us and Them: the enduring power of ethnic nationalism. Foreign Affairs, March/April 2008. [text]

Ozar, David T.  Towards a More Inclusive Conception of Gender-Diversity for Intersex Advocacy and Ethics. In: Sharon E. Sytsma (Ed.) Ethics and Intersex, 2006, pp. 17-46. [extracts]

Palonen, Emilia.  The Construction of 'Us' and 'Them': Discourses on Populism and Nationalism (Conference, University of Helsinki, 2007). [text]

Polti, Georges.  The Thirty-Six Dramatic Situations, trans. Lucille Ray.Boston: The Writer, 1896/1977.

Propp, Vladimir.  Morphology of the Folktale, 1928.

Rose, Steven.  Us and Them. The Guardian, 18 April 2009. [text]

Rouder, Jeff / Cowan, Nelson.  An assessment of fixed-capacity models of visual working memory.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, April 2008.

Rouvray, Denis H. / King, R. Bruce  (Eds.).    The Periodic Table: Into the 21st Century. Research Studies, 2005.

Rouvray, Denis H. / King, R. Bruce  (Eds.).    The Mathematics of the Periodic Table. Nova Science Publishers, 2005. [contents]

Rubin, Nancy.  Us and Them: The Role of Women Today in Peacemaking. (Paper at the United States Institute of Peace Conference Perspectives Peacebuilding: The Roles of Women in War and Peace, 14 September 1999). [text]

Sallantin, Xavier.  L'épistemologie de l'arithmetique. (Communication aux Seminaires internationaux d'épistemologie de l'Abbaye de Senanque, Sept. 1976). Laboratoire Bena de Logique Generale 1976  (A longer version of this paper appeared as Pt. 3 of L'Epreuve de la Force. Cahiers de la Fondation pour les Etudes de Defense Nationale. No. 2, Octobre 1975).

Scerri, Eric R.  The Periodic Table: its story and its significance. Oxford University Press, 2006.

Schmidt, Victoria.  45 Master Chracters. Writers Digest Books, 2007.

Schuurman, Dimitri / Mechant, Peter.  Beyond Us and Them: a mixed method approach supporting a virtual scientific interdisciplinary organization. Interfaces, 2009, pp. 1-4. [text]

Scott, Eugenie C.  Us and Them, Nature and Humanism. Free Inquiry, Vol. 13, Spring 1993. [text]

Sfaard, Anna.  Steering (dis)course between metaphor and rigor: Using focal analysis to investigate the emergence of mathematical objects. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 31, 2000, 3, pp. 296-327..

Sfaard, Anna.  Disabling Numbers: On the secret charm of the numberese and why it should be resisted. In: L. Black, h. Mendick and Y. Solomon (Eds.), Mathematical Relationships: identities and participation. Routledge, 2009.

Steiner, Claude.  Scripts People Live: transactional analysis of life scripts. Grove Press, 1974/1990.

Sytsma, Sharon E.  (Ed.).    Ethics and Intersex. Springer, 2006 (Volume 29 of International library of ethics, law and the new medicine). [extracts]

University, Szczecin.  Us and Them - Them and Us: constructions of the other in cultural stereotypes - perceptions, challenges, meanings (Conference, Szczecin, May 2009). [programme]

Talbot, Steven.  'Us' and 'Them': terrorism, conflict and (o)ther discursive formations. Sociological Research Online. [abstract]

Tobias, Ronald.  20 Master Plots And How to Build Them.1993/2003. [extracts]

Verstappen, Stefan H.  The Thirty-Six Strategies of Ancient China. China Books and Periodicals, 1999.

Watt, Stephen.  Postmodern/Drama: Reading the Contemporary Stage. University of Michigan Press, 1998.

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