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As identities harden around perceptions of in- and out-groups, even of persons and nonpersons, ‘normal’ group behaviour may become overtly hostile, even violent. Perhaps the contribution of our approach is to insist that there may be economic remedies for social conflict. discriminatory practices. Obviously penalties might be imposed on particular But it is often also the case that rivalrous groups are economically disadvantaged. Hostile norms may in fact be income inferior. Cohesive behaviour may be superior but unaffordable.