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  • Could your Candidate Shoot Someone on 5th Avenue and not Lose Votes? Identifying “Lines in the Sand” in Ingroup Candidate Transgressions

    Kathryn Howard, Daniel Cervone, Matt Motyl
  • Indonesian Civilians' Attributions for Anti-Chinese Violence during the May 1998 Riots in Indonesia

    Eunike Mutiara Himawan, Winnifred Louis, Annie Pohlman
  • Narrative Expansion and Terrorist Labeling: Discursive Conflict Escalation by State Media

    Cristina Montiel, Erwine dela Paz, Jose Medriano III
  • Negotiated Harms in Moralized Policies: The Case of Duterte’s War on Drugs

    Danielle Ochoa
  • Covert Prejudice and Discourses on Otherness During the Refugee Crisis: Α Case Study of the Greek Islands’ Press

    Vasiliki Ioanna Konstantopoulou, Orestis Didymiotis, Gerasimos Kouzelis
  • Partisan Bias in Responses to Sexual Misconduct Allegations against Male Politicians

    Edward John Roy Clarke
  • Psychological perspectives on participatory culture: Core motives for the use of political Internet memes

    Anne Leiser
  • Social invisibility and discrimination of Roma people in Italy and Brazil

    Giannino Melotti, Mariana Bonomo, Julia Alves Brasil, Paola Villano
  • Partisan Discrimination without Partisan Cues

    Jeffrey Lyons, Stephen Utych
  • Islam and Politics: A Latent Class Analysis of Indonesian Muslims Based on Political Attitudes and Psychological Determinants

    Istiqomah, Joevarian Hudiyana, Mirra Noor Milla, Hamdi Muluk, Bagus Takwin
  • Influences of Nationality and Nationalism on the Perceived Danger of COVID-19 Variants and the Perceived Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccines: A Study of UK and Portuguese Samples

    Glynis Breakwell, Cristina Camilo, Rusi Jaspal, Maria Luisa Lima
  • Attitudes Shape Implicit Temporal Trajectories: A Quantitative Test of the Narrative Structure of Collective Memories of Colonialism

    Simona Lastrego, Charlotte Janssens, Olivier Klein, Laurent Licata
  • Populist Attitudes and Conspiracy Mentality: Exploring the Relation Between the Latent Structures of Populist Attitudes and Conspiracy Mentality

    Clara Christner
  • Tolerating the Intolerant: Does Realistic Threat Lead to Increased Tolerance of Right-Wing Extremists?

    Samantha Sinclair, Artur Nilsson, Jens Agerström