Developing efficacy and emotion routes to\ud solidarity-based and violent collective action

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Saab, Rim;
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This thesis follows two independent lines of investigation on social psychological predictors of collective action, focusing on solidarity-based action among bystander groups in the first part, and violent forms of collective action in the second part.\ud In Studies 1-3... View more
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