The Public Emotions: From Mourning to Hope
ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1999 - Conflict (Psychology) - 289 pages
Examines the main human emotions and the way in which people are affected by them. Discusses how to use them and how to avoid their negative effects and looks at psychological aspects of public responses to various newsworthy events. Explores the emotions accompanying conflict and loss and the value of hope and looks at the ways in which private emotions become public. Includes an index. The author's other publications include 'Letter to My Daughter' and ''Friendship: Being Ourselves with Others'.
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