How do the in-group/out-group dynamics manifest themselves?
In-group is what a group views themselves as, generally using the term "we", accompanied with a tendency to view in-group behaviour as positive. Out-group is what one group perceives another as, labeled as "them" and the in-group views out-group behaviour as negative in relation to that of the in-group.
How is an environment lacking in enrichment related to cognitive development?
In an enriched environment, the frontal lobe is normally developed. If this fails to happen, an underdeveloped frontal lobe can affect thinking, emotional control and meditation/expression of aggression amongst other factors.
Why does 'Waiting for Godot' by Samuel Beckett continue to be a 'timeless' work?
'Waiting for Godot' continues to be a timeless work because of the element of uncertainty that is reflected all throughout society's worries, as well as because of the presentation of the human condition.