Journal of Social and Political Psychology

The Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) is a peer-reviewed open-access journal (without author fees). It publishes articles at the intersection of social and political psychology from different epistemological, methodological, theoretical, and cultural perspectives and from different regions across the globe that substantially advance the understanding of social problems, their reduction, and the promotion of social justice. For more information see Focus and Scope. Please register if you are interested in being notified about new publications once they are posted online.

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Special Thematic Section on "The Social Psychology of Citizenship, Participation and Social Exclusion"

 

Accepted Articles available for JSPP's Special Thematic Section on "The Social Psychology of Citizenship, Participation and Social Exclusion" ...

 
Posted: 2015-02-21 More...
 
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Vol 3, No 1 (2015)

Issue in progress: Articles will be added continuously as soon as they are finalized.

Table of Contents

Original Research Reports

Climate Change Beliefs Count: Relationships With Voting Outcomes at the 2010 Australian Federal Election PDF HTML
Rod McCrea, Zoe Leviston, Iain Walker, Tung-Kai Shyy 124-141
Why Do Conservatives Report Being Happier Than Liberals? The Contribution of Neuroticism PDF HTML
Caitlin M. Burton, Jason E. Plaks, Jordan B. Peterson 89-102
Tracking Homo Oeconomicus: Development of the Neoliberal Beliefs Inventory PDF HTML
Laina Y. Bay-Cheng, Caroline C. Fitz, Natalie M. Alizaga, Alyssa N. Zucker 71-88
The Military Perpetrator: A Narrative Analysis of Sentencing Judgments on Sexual Violence Offenders at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) PDF HTML
Inger Skjelsbæk 46-70
National Identification and Intergroup Attitudes Among Members of the National Majority and Immigrants: Preliminary Evidence for the Mediational Role of Psychological Ownership of a Country PDF HTML
Asteria Brylka, Tuuli Anna Mähönen, Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti 24-45
Invoking "The Family" to Legitimize Gender- and Sexuality-Based Public Policies in the United States: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the 2012 Democratic and Republican National Party Conventions PDF HTML
Andrew Pilecki, Phillip L. Hammack 8-23

From the Editors

Editorial Report and Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2014 PDF HTML
J. Christopher Cohrs, Johanna Ray Vollhardt 1-7

Review Articles

After the Great War: Nationalism, Degenerationism and Mass Psychology PDF HTML
Juan García-García 103-123



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