Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

Including a Special Thematic Section on "Collective Memories and Present-Day Intergroup Relations: A Social-Psychological Perspective" (guest-edited by Ana Figueiredo, Jonas Rees, Borja Martinovic, & Laurent Licata)

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Special Thematic Section on "Collective Memories and Present-Day Intergroup Relations: A Social-Psychological Perspective" (guest-edited by Ana Figueiredo, Jonas Rees, Borja Martinovic, & Laurent Licata)

Collective Memories and Present-Day Intergroup Relations: Introduction to the Special Thematic Section PDF HTML
Ana Figueiredo, Borja Martinovic, Jonas Rees, Laurent Licata 694-706
Endorsing Narratives Under Threat: Maintaining Perceived Collective Continuity Through the Protective Power of Ingroup Narratives in Northern Ireland and Cyprus PDF HTML
Anouk Smeekes, Shelley McKeown, Charis Psaltis 282-300
Social Representations of Latin American History and (Post)Colonial Relations in Brazil, Chile and Mexico PDF HTML
Julia Alves Brasil, Rosa Cabecinhas 537-557
A Cultural Psychological Analysis of Collective Memory as Mediated Action: Constructions of Indian History PDF HTML
Sahana Mukherjee, Glenn Adams, Ludwin E. Molina 558-587
Identity and Othering in Past and Present: Representations of the Soviet Era in Estonian Post-Soviet Textbooks PDF HTML
Katrin Kello 665-693
Silence in Official Representations of History: Implications for National Identity and Intergroup Relations PDF HTML
Tuğçe Kurtiş, Nur Soylu Yalçınkaya, Glenn Adams 608-629
It’s About Valence: Historical Continuity or Historical Discontinuity as a Threat to Social Identity PDF HTML
Jenny Roth, Michaela Huber, Annkatrin Juenger, James H. Liu 320-341
Collective Nostalgia Is Associated With Stronger Outgroup-Directed Anger and Participation in Ingroup-Favoring Collective Action PDF HTML
Wing-Yee Cheung, Constantine Sedikides, Tim Wildschut, Nicole Tausch, Arin H. Ayanian 301-319
Collective Memory of a Dissolved Country: Group-Based Nostalgia and Guilt Assignment as Predictors of Interethnic Relations Between Diaspora Groups From Former Yugoslavia PDF HTML
Borja Martinovic, Jolanda Jetten, Anouk Smeekes, Maykel Verkuyten 588-607
Collective Memory as Tool for Intergroup Conflict: The Case of 9/11 Commemoration PDF HTML
Nader H. Hakim, Glenn Adams 630-650
Fostering Trust and Forgiveness Through the Acknowledgment of Others’ Past Victimization PDF HTML
Luca Andrighetto, Samer Halabi, Arie Nadler 651-664

Original Research Reports

Sharing Values as a Foundation for Collective Hope PDF HTML
Niki Harré, Helen Madden, Rowan Brooks, Jonathan Goodman 342-366
Shame on Me? Shame on You! Emotional Reactions to Cinematic Portrayals of the Holocaust PDF HTML
Johannes Kopf-Beck, Felix Gaisbauer, Susanne Dengler 367-395
Does Money Change Political Views? – An Investigation of Money Priming and the Preference for Right-Wing Politics PDF HTML
Johannes Schuler, Igor Ivanov, Michaela Wänke 396-414
Intergroup Contact and Peacebuilding: Promoting Youth Civic Engagement in Northern Ireland PDF HTML
Shelley McKeown, Laura K. Taylor 415-434
Does Extreme Political Ideology Predict Conspiracy Beliefs, Economic Evaluations and Political Trust? Evidence From Sweden PDF HTML
Andre Krouwel, Yordan Kutiyski, Jan-Willem van Prooijen, Johan Martinsson, Elias Markstedt 435-462
Lessons From the Past for the Future: The Definition and Mobilisation of Hindu Nationhood by the Hindu Nationalist Movement of India PDF HTML
Sammyh S. Khan, Ted Svensson, Yashpal A. Jogdand, James H. Liu 477-511
Gender Biases and Linguistic Sexism in Political Communication: A Comparison of Press News About Men and Women Italian Ministers PDF HTML
Gilda Sensales, Alessandra Areni 512-536
Free Speech as a Cultural Value in the United States PDF HTML
Mauricio J. Alvarez, Markus Kemmelmeier 707-735

Action Teaching Reports

Stress Reduction in a High Stress Population: A Service-Learning Project PDF HTML
Kimberly J. McClure Brenchley, Lynn M. Donahue 463-476

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