Journal of Social and Political Psychology

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Please find here a list of past, current, and upcoming Special Thematic Sections.

Announcements

 

Call for papers: Special thematic section on "Collective memories and present-day intergroup relations: A social-psychological perspective"

 
We invite submissions for a special thematic section of JSPP on "Collective memories and present-day intergroup relations: A social-psychological perspective" (guest-edited by Ana Figueiredo, Jonas Rees, & Laurent Licata)  
Posted: 2016-03-31 More...
 

Ongoing Series on "Decolonizing Psychological Science"

 
The editors of JSPP are happy to announce that they continue to invite submissions for an ongoing series of articles on the topic of "decolonizing psychological science"...  
Posted: 2015-11-06 More...
 
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Vol 4, No 1 (2016)

Including a Special Thematic Section on "Rethinking Prefigurative Politics" (guest-edited by Jan Haaken, Flora Cornish, Sharon Jackson and Liora Moskovitz)

Table of Contents

Special Thematic Section on "Rethinking Prefigurative Politics" (guest-edited by Jan Haaken, Flora Cornish, Sharon Jackson and Liora Moskovitz)

Rethinking Prefigurative Politics: Introduction to the Special Thematic Section PDF HTML
Flora Cornish, Jan Haaken, Liora Moskovitz, Sharon Jackson 114-127
The Identity Process in Times of Rupture: Narratives From the Egyptian Revolution PDF HTML
Sarah Hassan Awad 128-141
Socio-Psychological Aspects of Grassroots Participation in the Transition Movement: An Italian Case Study PDF HTML
Fulvio Biddau, Alessandra Armenti, Paolo Cottone 142-165
Examining Prejudice Reduction Through Solidarity and Togetherness Experiences Among Gezi Park Activists in Turkey PDF HTML
Yasemin Gülsüm Acar, Özden Melis Uluğ 166-179
Psychological Sense of Community as an Example of Prefiguration Among Occupy Protesters PDF HTML
Magda Permut 180-195
Changing the NHS a Day at a Time: The Role of Enactment in the Mobilisation and Prefiguration of Change PDF HTML
Liora Moskovitz, Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo 196-219
From Sanctuaries to Prefigurative Social Change: Creating Health-Enabling Spaces in East London Community Gardens PDF HTML
Madeleine A. Guerlain, Catherine Campbell 220-237
What the Recovery Movement Tells Us About Prefigurative Politics PDF HTML
Melinda Beckwith, Ana-Maria Bliuc, David Best 238-251
(Im)Possible Conversations? Activism, Childhood and Everyday Life PDF HTML
Sevasti-Melissa Nolas, Christos Varvantakis, Vinnarasan Aruldoss 252-265
Constructing Alternatives: Envisioning a Critical Psychology of Prefigurative Politics PDF HTML
Carlie D. Trott 266-285
Why Consensus? PDF HTML
Francesca Polletta, Katt Hoban 286-301
Engendering the Prefigurative: Feminist Praxes That Bridge a Politics of Prefigurement and Survival PDF HTML
Cynthia S. Lin, Alisa A. Pykett, Constance Flanagan, Karma R. Chávez 302-317
Learning From Critical Collective Spaces: Reflections on the Community-Diversity Dialectic in Safe Spaces PDF HTML
Jennifer Wallin-Ruschman, Mazna Patka 318-331
'A Better Life for All': Prefigurative and Strategic Politics in Southern Africa PDF HTML
Larry A. Swatuk, Peter Vale 332-346
The Integrity of Process: Is Inner Transition Sufficient? PDF HTML
Clare Power 347-363

Commentaries

Gender Inequalities in Highly Qualified Professions: A Social Psychological Analysis PDF HTML
Maria Helena Santos, Lígia Amâncio 427-443
Seventy Years of Social Psychology: A Cultural and Personal Critique PDF HTML
Gustav Jahoda 364-380

Original Research Reports

Raising European Citizens: Constructing European Identities in French and English Textbooks PDF HTML
Inari Sakki 444-472
Ethnic and Gender Discrimination in Recruitment: Experimental Evidence From Finland PDF HTML
Karmela Liebkind, Liisa Larja, Asteria Brylka 403-426
Explaining a Rare Null Relationship Between Group Identification and Social Protest Through a Relational Form of Coping With Low Group Status PDF HTML
Martijn van Zomeren, Nella Susilani, Simin Berend 381-402
American State Gun Law Strength and State Resident Differences in Neuroticism Levels PDF HTML
Stewart J. H. McCann, Chantelle Zawila 91-113
Disentangling Islamophobia: The Differential Effects of Symbolic, Realistic, and Terroristic Threat Perceptions as Mediators Between Social Dominance Orientation and Islamophobia PDF HTML
Fatih Uenal 66-90
Constructing Work and Subjectivities in Precarious Conditions: Psycho-Discursive Practices in Young People's Interviews in Greece PDF HTML
Georgios Kesisoglou, Evangelia Figgou, Maria Dikaiou 24-43
Lake Wobegon's Guns: Overestimating Our Gun-Related Competences PDF HTML
Emily Stark, Daniel Sachau 8-23

Theoretical Articles

Activism as a Heroic Quest for Symbolic Immortality: An Existential Perspective on Collective Action PDF HTML
Julia Elad-Strenger 44-65

Review Articles

Claps and Claptrap: The Analysis of Speaker-Audience Interaction in Political Speeches PDF HTML
Peter Bull 473-492

From the Editors

Editorial Report and Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2015 PDF HTML
J. Christopher Cohrs, Johanna Ray Vollhardt 1-7



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