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>Have you ever thought about how many groups you belong to?
>I could start to list all of the groups I belong to, but that is just a little too personal.
I think I thought about that when I once read about Belbin and roles. Probably I would miss still some groups (see definition of a group) if I write down the groups I belong to. How about saying: I belong to every group there exists ? E.g. does this also count for the group of disabled people ? Or the people having access to nuclear weapons ? Perhaps we can find for every group a common set of attributes and say: I belong actually to this "master group" ? And depending on my mood, actual interest at a spcific time I can join any group. Because I don't share some attributes of a group that doesn't yet exclude me totally. I could turn on my "imagination engine" and do so as if I belong to it. I have then more options and don't exclude me already right from the begin. And another advantage is: I would not give away personal info :-) Perhaps with this also things like prejudices can be minimized ? ----Erkan Yilmaz uses the Wikiversity:Chat (try) 13:11, 3 August 2008 (UTC)
Hi, So I stumbled across your user page and was interested in the article about the girl who grew up as one of the pack in a group of dogs. I found that really interesting yet wonder about the validity mainly because to me it sounds just so bizzare! Anywho just thought I would say thanks for the link and interesting read :) P.S I don't know how to actually write add a comment so I hope I didn't mess anything else up for anyone...
E-portfolio Feedback for U126268
Thanks for participating in the social psychology unit. I have read your e-portfolio and have provided some feedback below. The marks will put be posted on WebCT 24 or 25 November. I will email the discussion list when they are available. Feel free to let me know if you have any comments, concerns, questions. I also welcome your feedback here.
Regular engagement clearly evident in lecture/reading topics and most of the tutorial topics (not for the Prejudice tutorial?) (DI)
Depth of engagement is reasonably good; it's clear that you've digested, thought about, and responded to the various topics. I was a little surprised that you didn't feel like sharing your responses to Ghosts of Rwanda. Perhaps instead you could have considered your responses to the aggression textbook/lecture slides. More use could also have been made of the Wikiversity environment to demonstrate your engagement e.g., links to more information, images, personal examples (the Japanese exchange example was excellent), etc. (CR)
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