By Deng Mangok Ayuel June 16, 2020 (SSNN) – Tribalism, understood as “groupness” or “group affiliation,” is rooted in human psychology. Everyone, everywhere, has tribal instincts and belongs to any tribe. However, these instincts don’t operate in the same way. When people talk of tribalism, they often think in binary terms—two groups, two tribes with different social and cultural norms. […]
Opinion: Tribalism is political oil of marginalized masses!
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