Quote from Leonard S. Newman
Clearly, it is difficult for an observer to disentangle...
Take Leonard S. Newman's quote in your social network
Clearly, it is difficult for an observer to disentangle all the reciprocal influences that people and situations have on each other. Perhaps more surprising, though, is just how poorly people appreciate how their own behavior can shape their social contexts. Social actors do not always appreciate or acknowledge the extent to which they affect situations—including how they affect the
other people in those situations—even when their influence would seem to be obvious.
Get full version of book
This quote is from Leonard S. Newman's book "Understanding Genocide: The Social Psychology of the Holocaust". Want to read this book? Download "Understanding Genocide: The Social Psychology of the Holocaust" on your computer, Android or iPhone in any format of electronic books!
May need signup required to download or reading online book. The following e-book formats are available for download: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB3 and (perhaps) MOBI.
Would you like more quotes from this author? Read all quotes from Leonard S. Newman on our website.