Society Articles

Reicher (2017)
4 reasons to study crowds
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Zomeron et al. (2008)
Importance of social identity in predicting collective action; support for SIMCA
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Dixon & Durheim (2004)
Desegregation produces a re-organisation of space and place: holiday makers, white and black people
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Duckitt & Sibley (2009)
Dual-process motivational model; RWA & SDO
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Barlow et al. (2012)
Neg contact increase prejudices more than pos contact reduces it
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Hiel & Mervielde (2003)
Extremism predicts cognitive complexity; contrats value pluralism theory
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Doosje et al. (2016)
3 phases of radicalisation; sensitivity, group membership & action
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Douglas et al. (2017)
Conspiracy theories are appealing but do not really fulfil needs/people's motivations
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Graham et al. (2009)
Conservatives= care more about all 5 more equally; liberals care more about harm/care and fairness
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Dubois et al. (2015)
Power related; income but not education predicted unethical behaviour; low social class more likely to behave unethically for others but high class for self
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Stephens et al. (2014)
Spending time in social contexts produces certain culture specific ways of behaving; contexts are middle class structured making social mobility difficult
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