When Jerry Renault refuses to sell chocolate for the school’s annual chocolate fundraising drive, the rest of the student body turns against him.
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In “Rebel with a Cause,” Dr. Carl Pickhardt uses a psychologist’s perspective to examine rebellion during adolescence.
This research article explores the roles that peers play in promoting bullying in adolescence, beyond the role of “bully” and “victim.”
In John Updike’s short story “A&P,” a cashier describes three teenage girls who come into a grocery store in only their bathing suits during the more conservative 1960s.
“The New Colossus” is a poem by Emma Lazarus that was published in 1883. It describes the millions of immigrants who came to America through the port of New York City at Ellis Island.
The informational text “The Science of Solitary Confinement” explores the various ways in which inmates are impacted by solitary confinement.
In Shirley Jackson’s short story “The Lottery,” an entire town participates in a ritual that turns surprisingly sinister.
In “The Madness of Humanity Part 3: Tribalism,” Marcelo Gleiser discusses what role tribalism plays in our society today, and the different social interactions it promotes.
In this article from the Monitor on Psychology, researcher Melissa Dittmann explores the circumstances that drive people to commit immoral acts.