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Consequential Strangers

The Power of People Who Don't Seem to Matter. . .But Really Do

by Melinda Blau and Karen L., Ph.D. Fingerman

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Consequential Strangers
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The Power of People Who Don't Seem to Matter. . .But Really Do
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Melinda Blau and Karen L., Ph.D. Fingerman

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An examination of peripheral people and their role in helping others to exercise different aspects of human character draws on interviews with specialists in a variety of disciplines to reveal the unexpected impact of strangers.

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