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The KnowledgeBank at OSU (75.279 recursos)

Knowledge Bank contains collections of presentations, publications and reports related to Ohio State University.

2006-2007

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  1. The Human Dilemma: Being the Same and Different at the Same Time

    Brewer, Marilynn B., 1942-
    Human social behavior presents us with a paradox. On the one hand, we assert our individuality, long to stand out from the crowd, and resist being “pigeon-holed” based on roles or stereotypes. On the other hand, we proudly wear our school colors, cringe with embarrassment if we are out of fashion, and seek to belong and “fit in.” If we are categorized as members of large, inclusive social groups, we speak of “losing our identity”; but if others fail to recognize or validate our group memberships, we speak of “losing our identity.” According to a theory of optimal distinctiveness, such apparent...
    (Duration: 1:23:26) - 23-abr-2014

  2. Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: Race, Gender and Tort Law

    Chamallas, Martha
    Very few persons see a connection between "ordinary" tort claims and claims for violations of civil rights. Historically, the two domains have developed separately, and civil rights attorneys are a separate and distinct group from personal injury litigators. Issues of social justice - particularly the equitable treatment of women and minority social groups - rarely surface in personal injury litigation with its seemingly neutral rules for determining duty, causation, and damages. I argue, however, that this standard account of the law is flawed and that the shape of tort law has been affected by the social identity of the parties...
    (Duration: 01:16:19) - 23-abr-2014

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