taking place or being between groups: intergroup relationships.
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How to use intergroup in a sentence
So this issue has been associated with this already vitriolic and hostile intergroup conflict.What do all these stories of vaccine denial deaths do to our sense of empathy? | Maura Judkis | October 7, 2021 | Washington Post
One central piece of intergroup conflict is a switch in viewing your enemies from full-blown humans to dehumanized entities that you do not ascribe all the things that you typically ascribe to a person.We’re Losing Our Humanity, and the Pandemic Is to Blame | by Sarah Smith | October 7, 2021 | ProPublica
Critics doubted there could have been enough intergroup mating back then to allow a small, globally scattered population to remain as one.Fossils and ancient DNA paint a vibrant picture of human origins | Erin Wayman | September 15, 2021 | Science News
More broadly, companies should never offer one-off perks without considering the broader policy implications and how a perk may create a distinction that produces intergroup and status reactions.Remote Work is Now a Status Symbol. Here's How To Make a Workplace That Works for Everyone. | Adam Galinsky | August 10, 2021 | Time
I was determined to pursue a career researching the neural mechanisms of intergroup relations.
These cases already show us the distinction between intragroup money and intergroup money.
In intergroup affairs, therefore, the relations sooner become impersonal and mechanical.
Thus group money arose from property; intergroup money from trade.
Here the effect of intergroup trade has been to change the skin which was taken as the unit.
As a rule, the outcome of episodes of intergroup competition is geographic exclusion.Evolution and Classification of the Pocket Gophers of the Subfamily Geomyinae | Robert J. Russell