Book Detail

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Don't Know


ISBN: 9780316478526

Contributors: Gladwell, Malcolm (Author)

Publisher: Little Brown and Company, 2019

Dewey: 302

Binding: Hardcover (Readerbound Available)

Levels

Accelerated Reader N/A
Lexile Level 0000
Guided Reading N/A
Interest N/A

BISAC: Psychology | Social Psychology, Psychology | Interpersonal Relations, Language Arts & Disciplines | Communication Studies, History | Social History


Retail: $30.00

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1 copy: $23.40
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30+ copies: $21.00

Description

The host of the podcast <i>Revisionist History<i> and #1 bestselling author of <i>The Tipping Point<i>, <i>Blink<i>, <i>Outliers<i>, <i>David and Goliath<i>, and <i>What the Dog Saw<i>, offers a powerful examination of people's interactions with strangers--and why they often go wrong.rong.

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