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199. What Makes a Good Gathering?

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199. What Makes a Good Gathering?

9 Juni 2024

Why do so many book clubs fall apart? Do the best parties have rules? And does Angela’s husband want to date you?    SOURCES: Fredrik Backman, author. David Chavis, senior fellow at Community Science. Daniel Gilbert, professor of psychology at Harvard University. Sebastian Junger, journalist and author. David McMillan, clinical and community psychologist. Priya Parker, strategic advisor and author.   RESOURCES: "Do Conversations End When People Want Them to?" by Adam M. Mastroianni, Daniel Gilbert, Gus Cooney, and Timothy D. Wilson (PNAS, 2021). "3 Steps to Turn Everyday Get-Togethers Into Transformative Gatherings," by Priya Parker (TED Talk, 2019). The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, by Priya Parker (2018). Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, by Sebastian Junger (2016). Beartown, by Fredrik Backman (2016). “The 36 Questions That Lead to Love,” by Daniel Jones (The New York Times, 2015). A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman (2012). "Sense of Community: A Definition and Theory," by David McMillan and David Chavis (Journal of Community Psychology, 1986).   EXTRAS: "How Can You Get Closer to the People You Care About?" by No Stupid Questions (2023). "How Do You Connect With Someone You Just Met?" by No Stupid Questions (2023). A Man Called Otto, film (2022).


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