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Why we hate others
This book should be read by everyone at some point in their lives, preferably sooner rather than later. As a science graduate and someone who has an interest in sociology, I enjoyed the important links Dozier identified between the biochemistry and neuroanatomy of the brain and how this impacts on expression and feelings in different contexts. Jul 16, Lisa Cromwell rated it really liked it. This was an eye opening and informative read. I truly believe that everyone should read this book at some point in their lives!
The way this author breaks down the information keeps you interested. Yes, it was a heavy read. But I enjoyed it. I loved learning about how the brain plays a part in different emotions. And how the environment you grow up in can have an impact on your views of "us vs them" mentality.
Even something like having slight damage to certain parts of the brain can result in v This was an eye opening and informative read. Even something like having slight damage to certain parts of the brain can result in violent outbursts. The different levels of our brains that have developed over time with evolution I once found a video that was done as a social experiment.
Tell us where you are
They interviewed some people and spoke to them about their heritage and the country they were from. Most people interviewed were very proud of their "full blooded" status and were very vocal about their dislike of the countries they were taught to have issue with.
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Then the experiment took another step and these people had their DNA tested. The results were not a surprise to me. It was found that not one of them were "full blooded" as they thought.
Spielberg’s Why We Hate documentary series heading to Discovery
One lady even had a cousin in the group that she was totally unaware existed that was from a country she was born and raised to hate. Interestingly enough, everyone in the experiment suddenly had this sheepish look on their faces and a different demeanor towards these countries they were bashing earlier. It was fascinating to see them suddenly change from the "us vs them" mentality to a "us" mentality.
It was sad to see that these folks were only accepting of others after finding out that they were "others" as well. What a difference it could make in the world if we could all adopt this mentality without it having to involve a DNA experiment. We are all humans Why We Hate is set to debut on the Discovery Channel in Our aspiration is to be working with great storytellers like Steven and Alex all over the world on the most important and consequential stories and issues.
I really look forward to collaborating on such an important topic and bringing it to over 1 billion people across our domestic and global platforms in over countries. Understanding the why behind our actions can help us change those actions. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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His recitation of some of the most recent discoveries in neuro-biology are impressive except they lack a mature psychologist perspective and it avoids the best laboratory of all for demonstrating the truth of his theories: Dozier to have used just a little psychological insight, and even a smattering of political science he would have no doubt noticed that U. Here we have as much hate as as any country still in existence.
We have racism against blacks that is still disgraceful. We have sexism, homophobia, and anti-semitism, yet Mr. Dozier studiously avoided these in favor of discussing Islamic Jihads, Osama bin Laden and such.
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This approach is likely to sell books, but how intellectually honest an effort is it, really? We had hate long before Osama and the Jihads, or didn't we? Dozier managed to seek far away examples in the Middle East, and elsewhere rather than right here at home. In skilfully omitting the U. Nevertheless buy the book it is worth reading. There are a lot of great chapters about hate is prevalent in everything. A good read for sure. This was an eye opening and informative read.