Noisy chaos of notes about the cultivation of tolerance and cooperation between people in the presence of cultural, ethnic, sexual (etc) difference. An inverse to neofeudalism, and a twin perhaps to cooperation.
Separate but equal?
Has a fascinating history, what with the famous LaCour study, which was fake, and the Broockman and Kalla study, which was real. There is a convenient Dave McRaney podcast on this theme.
- Bernhard, H., Fischbacher, U., & Fehr, E. (2006) Parochial altruism in humans. Nature, 442(7105), 912–915. DOI.
- Bohannon, J. (2016) For real this time: Talking to people about gay and transgender issues can change their prejudices. Science. DOI.
- Bowles, S., & Gintis, H. (2004) The evolution of strong reciprocity: cooperation in heterogeneous populations. Theoretical Population Biology, 65(1), 17–28. DOI.
- Broockman, D., & Kalla, J. (2016) Durably reducing transphobia: A field experiment on door-to-door canvassing. Science, 352(6282), 220–224. DOI.
- Dinesen, P. T., & Sønderskov, K. M.(2013) Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: The Role of Exposure in the Micro-Context. Ethnic Diversity and Social Capital.
- Jackson, M. O.(2009) Social Structure, Segregation, and Economic Behavior. Presented as the Nancy Schwartz Memorial Lecture.
- Johnsrud, L. K., & Sadao, K. C.(1998) The Common Experience of “Otherness”: Ethnic and Racial Minority Faculty. The Review of Higher Education, 21(4), 315–342. DOI.
- Kokkonen, A., Esaiasson, P., & Gilljam, M. (2014) Migration-based Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: A Multilevel Analysis of How Country, Neighbourhood and Workplace Diversity Affects Social Trust in 22 Countries. Scandinavian Political Studies.
- Nannestad, P., Svendsen, G. T., Dinesen, P. T., & Sønderskov, K. M.(2014) Do institutions or culture determine the level of social trust? The natural experiment of migration from non-western to western countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(4), 544–565.
- Peter Skerry. (2002, December 1) Beyond Sushiology: Does Diversity Work?. Brookings Institution.
- Richerson, P. J., & Boyd, R. (2001) The evolution of subjective commitment to groups: A tribal instincts hypothesis. Evolution and the Capacity for Commitment, 3, 186–220.
- Rutherford, A., Harmon, D., Werfel, J., Gard-Murray, A. S., Bar-Yam, S., Gros, A., … Bar-Yam, Y. (2014) Good Fences: The Importance of Setting Boundaries for Peaceful Coexistence. PLoS ONE, 9(5), e95660. DOI.