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Then they returned to their cabin where they entrenched and prepared weapons (socks filled with rocks) in case of a return raid.

After the Eagles won the last contest planned for Stage 2, the Rattlers raided their cabin and stole the prizes.

Tribalism is potentially present in all groups, but levels differ a lot even in groups of nominally the same type.

Modern Belgium seems like an unusually non-tribal nation; Imperial Japan in World War II seems like an unusually tribal one.

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The Eagles developed an image of themselves as proper-and-moral; the Rattlers developed an image of themselves as rough-and-tough.

They all develop an internal culture such that members of the groups often like the same foods, wear the same clothing, play the same sports, and have the same philosophical beliefs as other members of the group – even when there are only tenuous links or no links at all to the stated purpose.

They all tend to develop sort of legendary histories, where they celebrate and exaggerate the deeds of the groups’ founders and past champions.

The experiment, conducted in the bewildered aftermath of World War II, was meant to investigate the causes—and possible remedies—of intergroup conflict.

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How would they spark an intergroup conflict to investigate?

Well, the 22 boys were divided into two groups of 11 campers, and — — and that turned out to be quite sufficient.



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