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Why We Act – Turning Bystanders into Moral Rebels

By | Catherine A. Sanderson

“From bullying on the playground to sexual harassment in the workplace, perfectly nice people often do perfectly awful things. But why? In this thoughtful and beautifully written book, Sanderson shows how basic principles of social psychology explain such behavior-and how they can be used to change it. A smart and practical guide to becoming a better and braver version of ourselves.” -Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness “Why do so many people stand silent when someone does something bad? If you find yourself increasingly asking that question these days, you’re not alone-and Catherine Sanderson has written the book for you.” -George Conway, founder of the Lincoln Project Why do good people so often do nothing when a seemingly small action could make a big difference? A pioneering social psychologist explains why moral courage is so rare-and reveals how it can be triggered or trained. We are bombarded every day by reports of bad behavior, from sexual harassment to political corruption and bullying belligerence

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