The Crowd

  • Par Gustave Le Bon
  • Lu par John Clickman
  • 6 h 4 min
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Résumé de l'éditeur

In The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind, social theorist Gustave Le Bon gives historical insight into the political thinking of his era while offering timeless social commentary. Le Bon challenges the listener to contemplate how individual ideas change - often to a destructive end - when employed in a setting of groupthink. As technology and communications innovations make group formation easy and accessible for better or for worse, this book's message is certainly one that will not be lost in the crowd.


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Poor form, monotonous voice, not very informative

The book is very repetitive. The several basic ideas are reinterpreted numerous times in different context, not really bringing anything new to the topic or anything that an intelligent person wouldn't think of by himself. There is not much proof or researchers mentioned to back the theories, so it sounds more like the author's beliefs than a scientific work. On top of that, the narration is extremely monotonous, with no slightest accent or amusement. Altogether, makes it rather boring, even though the topic is super interesting.
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  • Date de publication : 30-01-2017
  • Éditeur : BN Publishing