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Please find here a list of past, current, and upcoming Special Thematic Sections.
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"...|
JSPP receives DOAJ Seal
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Vol 3, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
Original Research Reports
|Die-Hard Mubarak Supporters: A Cultural Perspective||PDF HTML|
|Hani M. Henry||238-252|
|Moralization and the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election Campaign||PDF HTML|
|Mark J. Brandt, Daniel C. Wisneski, Linda J. Skitka||211-237|
Special Thematic Section on "The Social Psychology of Citizenship, Participation and Social Exclusion"
|The Social Psychology of Citizenship, Participation and Social Exclusion: Introduction to the Special Thematic Section||PDF HTML|
|Clifford Stevenson, John Dixon, Nick Hopkins, Russell Luyt||1-19|
|Schooling, Citizen-Making, and Anti-Immigrant Prejudice in France||PDF HTML|
|Elodie Roebroeck, Serge Guimond||20-42|
|Constructions of 'the Polish' in Northern England: Findings From a Qualitative Interview Study||PDF HTML|
|Micropolitics of Public Space: On the Contested Limits of Citizenship as a Locational Practice||PDF HTML|
|Andrés Di Masso||63-83|
|Everyday Citizenship: Identity Claims and Their Reception||PDF HTML|
|Nick Hopkins, Stephen D. Reicher, Wendy van Rijswijk||84-106|
|The Active Follower: What Young Voters Look for in Political Leaders and Parties||PDF HTML|
|Lucia Botindari, Stephen D. Reicher||107-130|
|Motivating Citizens to Participate in Public Policymaking: Identification, Trust and Cost-Benefit Analyses||PDF HTML|
|Matteo Antonini, Michael A. Hogg, Lucia Mannetti, Barbara Barbieri, Joseph A. Wagoner||131-147|
|'Flying While Muslim': Citizenship and Misrecognition in the Airport||PDF HTML|
|Leda Blackwood, Nick Hopkins, Stephen D. Reicher||148-170|
|From Ex-Combatants to Citizens: Connecting Everyday Citizenship and Social Reintegration in Colombia||PDF HTML|
|Maivel Rodríguez López, Eleni Andreouli, Caroline Howarth||171-191|
|The Social Psychology of Citizenship: Engagement With Citizenship Studies and Future Research||PDF HTML|
|Clifford Stevenson, Nick Hopkins, Russell Luyt, John Dixon||192-210|