Emotional Contagion

Awareness of the existence of emotional contagion may prove useful in understanding and perhaps advancing various areas of interpersonal communication. People’s own emotions were more influenced by the others’ nonverbal clues as to what they were really feeling. 

The Silent Revolution

In the Silent Revolution book Ronal Inglehart broke new ground by discovering a major shift in the values of the advanced industrial societies that gave priority to individual autonomy and self-expression.

The Silent Revolution
by Ronald Inglehart
Published: 1977
Length: 496 pages
Time to read: 18h

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