Call for Papers: Special section of JSPP on "Political Psychology of Southeast Asia"

We invite submissions for a Special Thematic Section of the Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) on Political Psychology of Southeast Asia, guest-edited by Ali Mashuri (University of Brawijaya), Idhamsyah Eka Putra (Persada Indonesia University), and Cristina Montiel (Ateneo de Manila University). This special section aims to survey the current state of political psychology in Southeast Asia. We especially prioritize contributions from Southeast Asian academic institutions, although submissions can also be from authors in other countries as long as the focus is on Southeast Asia.

We welcome papers on politico-psychological issues prevalent in Southeast Asian countries. Possible topics include but are not limited to separatist movements, multiculturalism, ethno-religious radicalism, intergroup
reconciliation, corruption, collective action, leadership,voting behaviours, territorial dispute, social representations and collective memories of colonialism, conspiracy theories, migration, environmental concerns, fake news, and populism.

Submit long abstracts for consideration between April 30 and June 15, 2020.

For the full call for papers and details on the submission process  see

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