The relationships between internal and external threat and right-wing attitudes: A three-wave longitudinal study

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Onraet, Emma; Dhont, Kristof; Van Hiel, Alain;
(2014)

The interplay between threat and right-wing attitudes has received much research attention, but its longitudinal relationship has hardly been investigated. In this study, we investigated the longitudinal relationships between internal and external threat and right-wing ... View more
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