Social psychology, war and peace: Towards a critical discursive peace psychology.

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Gibson, Stephen;

In this paper I make two related arguments: that peace psychology and social psychological peace research should give greater attention to discourse, and that critical discursive approaches in social psychology should explore matters of international military conflict, ... View more
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