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. Before submissions please carefully consult our Author Guidelines as well as the information on the Peer Review Process.

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Vol 7, No 1 (2019)

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

Table of Contents

Original Research Reports

Reification and the Refugee: Using a Counterposing Dialogical Analysis to Unlock a Frozen Category PDF HTML
Kesi Mahendran, Nicola Magnusson, Caroline Howarth, Sarah Scuzzarello 577-597
How Many Ways to Say Goodbye? The Latent Class Structure and Psychological Correlates of European Union Sentiment in a Large Sample of UK Adults PDF HTML
Gary J. Lewis, Lee de-Wit 556-576
The Past as a Means of Persuasion: Visual Political Rhetoric in Finnish Dairy Product Advertising PDF HTML
Eemeli Hakoköngäs, Inari Sakki 507-524
If Your Group Is (not) Great: Positive vs. Negative Trait Priming Motivates Majorities and Minorities to Adapt Essentialist Attributions PDF HTML
Ruta Zeromskyte, Wolfgang Wagner 478-506
Seen One, Seen ‘Em All? Do Reports About Law Violations of a Single Politician Impair the Perceived Trustworthiness of Politicians in General and of the Political System? PDF HTML
Anna Halmburger, Anna Baumert, Tobias Rothmund 448-477
The Meaning of Being German: An Inductive Approach to National Identity PDF HTML
Ruth K. Ditlmann, Johannes Kopf-Beck 423-447
“I’LL BE BACK…”: The Chance of a Political Comeback as Party Leader PDF HTML
Joakim Eidenfalk, Stuart Woodcock 402-422
The Individual and the Nation: A Qualitative Analysis of US Liberal and Conservative Identity Content PDF HTML
Kristin Hanson, Emma O’Dwyer, Evanthia Lyons 378-401
Moving Intersex/DSD Rights and Care Forward: Lay Understandings of Common Dilemmas PDF HTML
Tove Lundberg, Ingrid Dønåsen, Peter Hegarty, Katrina Roen 354-377
Social Identity and the Use of Ideological Categorization in Political Evaluation PDF HTML
Ingrid J. Haas, Christopher R. Jones, Russell H. Fazio 335-353
Identification With All Humanity, Support for Refugees and for Extreme Counter-Terrorism Measures PDF HTML
Jonathan F. Bassett, Amanda J. Cleveland 310-334
Associations Among Dimensions of Political Ideology and Dark Tetrad Personality Features PDF HTML
Joseph R. Bardeen, Jesse S. Michel 290-309
Can Beliefs in Justice Predict Corrupt Behavior? PDF HTML
Kotryna Stupnianek, Vytautas Navickas 246-259
Moral Polarization and Out-Party Hostility in the US Political Context PDF HTML
Ben M. Tappin, Ryan T. McKay 213-245
Knowledge in International Relations: Susceptibilities to Motivated Reasoning Among Experts and Non-Experts PDF HTML
Peter Beattie, Danielle Snider 172-191
Liking Low-Status? Contextual and Individual Differences in Attributional Biases of Low-Status Outgroup Members PDF HTML
Tomasz Besta, Gülçin Akbas, Emma A. Renström, Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, Alexandra Vazquez 192-212
Agentic and Communal Interaction Goals in Conflictual Intergroup Relations PDF HTML
Anna Lisa Aydin, Johannes Ullrich, Birte Siem, Kenneth D. Locke, Nurit Shnabel 144-171
Contempt of Congress: Do Liberals and Conservatives Harbor Equivalent Negative Emotional Biases Towards Ideologically Congruent vs. Incongruent Politicians at the Level of Individual Emotions? PDF HTML
Russell L. Steiger, Christine Reyna, Geoffrey Wetherell, Gabrielle Iverson 100-123
How Participation in Collective Action Changes Relationships, Behaviours, and Beliefs: An Interview Study of the Role of Inter- and Intragroup Processes PDF HTML
Sara Vestergren, John Drury, Eva Hammar Chiriac 76-99
Greedy Elites and Poor Lambs: How Young Europeans Remember the Great War PDF HTML
Pierre Bouchat, Laurent Licata, Valérie Rosoux, Christian Allesch, Heinrich Ammerer, Maria Babinska, Michal Bilewicz, Magdalena Bobowik, Inna Bovina, Susanne Bruckmüller, Rosa Cabecinhas, Xenia Chryssochoou, István Csertő, Sylvain Delouvée, Federica Durante, Andreea Ernst-Vintila, Christine Flassbeck, Renata Franc, Denis Hilton, Serap Keles, Chantal Kesteloot, Reşit Kışlıoğlu, Alice Krenn, Irina Macovei, Silvia Mari, Vanja Medugorac, Nebojša Petrović, Tibor Pólya, Maaris Raudsepp, Alberto Sá, Inari Sakki, Vladimir Turjacanin, Salman Türken, Laurence van Ypersele, Danijel Vojak, Chiara Volpato, Geneviève Warland, Olivier Klein 52-75
What Do We Want? Examining the Motivating Role of Goals in Social Movement Mobilization PDF HTML
Maarten Johannes van Bezouw, Maja Kutlaca 33-51

Theoretical Articles

The Long Road From Cold War to Warm Peace: Building Shared Collective Memory Through Trust PDF HTML
Mariska Kappmeier, Aurélie Mercy 525-555
Decolonial Theory and Disability Studies: On the Modernity/Coloniality of Ability PDF HTML
Thomas P. Dirth, Glenn A. Adams 260-289


Friends With Text as Data Benefits: Assessing and Extending the Use of Automated Text Analysis in Political Science and Political Psychology PDF HTML
Martijn Schoonvelde, Gijs Schumacher, Bert N. Bakker 124-143

Review Articles

Threats to Human Rights: A General Review PDF HTML
Kevin R. Carriere 8-32

From the Editors

Editorial Report and Acknowledgement of Reviewers, 2018 PDF HTML
J. Christopher Cohrs, Johanna Ray Vollhardt 1-7

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