In “Ingroup and Outgroup,” David G. Myers discusses how identity is often understood in terms of our differences from others. More particularly, he notes how we understand ourselves as members of groups that are different from other groups. If it is true that our identities are a product of these perceived differences, what does that mean for how we interact with one another across those group differences? What is the attitude that best informs a positive dialogue between or among diverse groups?
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