Abstracted Peer Inclusion

by cibo00 - uploaded on February 23, 2008, 9:30 pm

Each circle represents an individual. The thin border around each circle represents what you notice first (readily detectable characteristics). The inside of each circle underlines all deep-level characteristics someone has (e.g., skills, knowledge, experience, education, attitudes, empathy, assertiveness, etc.). Anyone is free to interpret the meaning of each color, because we all have different perceptions.

abstract differences perception group dynamics intergroup relations peer inclusion
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