The Psychology of Politically Unstable Societies

The Psychology of Politically Unstable Societies

 
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ISBN13:9781032252278
ISBN10:1032252278
Kötéstípus:Puhakötés
Terjedelem:182 oldal
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Illusztrációk: 8 Illustrations, black & white; 8 Line drawings, black & white; 3 Tables, black & white
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This volume presents the latest developments in the field of political psychology by exploring the psychological processes that underlie political instability and how these can be addressed with psychological interventions.

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This volume presents the latest developments in the field of political psychology by exploring the psychological processes that underlie political instability and how these can be addressed with psychological interventions.



Written by a team of international leading researchers, the book critically re-evaluates the relevance of concepts primarily developed in WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich and Democratic) contexts, for non-WEIRD societies. It focuses particularly on East-Central Europe and South Africa, showing how they enjoy some privileges of WEIRD countries but are also characterized by a troubled history and relative deprivation. Covering psychological concepts such as political trust, conspiracy thinking, authoritarianism, populism, autochthony, social identity and prejudice, the chapters illustrate that psychology has the tools to explain the recurring and shared problems of these societies.



This original book is ideal for scholars and students in social psychology, political science and social science. It will also be useful reading for policy makers, political analysts and anyone who wishes to understand their role in creating more stable and more just societies.

Tartalomjegyzék:

List of contributors




1. The psychology of politically unstable societies: An introduction


Barbara Lášticová and Anna Kende


Part I: Societal and political processes



2. Corruption, cynicism, and the slow build-up of trust within weak democratic tradition


Girts Dimdins





3. The role of right-wing authoritarianism in support for populist leaders


Maciek Bieńkowski and Mikolaj Winiewski




4. The paranoid style in East-Central European politics


Péter Krekó


Part II: Group processes




5. Simmering hostilities, group identity, and contested autochthony beliefs in settler societies


Sibusiso Maseko and Kevin Durrheim




6. Challenging the nation in crisis-ridden societies: Nationalism and xenophobia revisited


Xenia Chryssochoou





7. European vs. National identity in post-conflict countries: The case of Croatia and Serbia


Margareta Jelić and Vladimir Mihić


Part III: Intergroup relations




8. Collective narcissism and the clash of advantaged and disadvantaged groups


Agnieszka Golec de Zavala and Oliver Keenan





9. Instilling women?s virtues and fighting an evil ideology: How national narcissism boosts prejudice against disadvantaged groups


Dagmara Szczepańska and Marta Marchlewska

10. Anti-Gypsyism as a historically lasting form of prejudice in politically unstable societies



Anna Kende and Barbara Lášticová



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