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The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics

Wolfgang Wagner; paula castro; Jenevieve Mannell; Mehmet Ali Uzelgun; Ilka Gleibs; Yashpal Jogdand;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: Routledge
The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics examines the ways in which politics permeates everyday life, from the ordinary interactions we have with others to the sense of belonging and identity developed within social groups and communities. Discrimination, prejudice, inclusion and social change, politics is an on-going process that is not solely the domain of the elected and the powerful. Using a social and political psychological lens to examine how politics is enacted in contemporary societies, the book takes an explicitly critical approach that places political activity within collective processes rather than individual behaviors. While the studies covered i...
free text keywords: argumentative strategies., social representations, self-presentation, [SHS.ENVIR]Humanities and Social Sciences/Environmental studies, [SDE]Environmental Sciences, Social environment, Global politics, Social change, Social group, Everyday life, Politics, Political science, Social psychology, Ideology, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Intercultural relations
Funded by
FCT| UID/PSI/03125/2013
Center for Research and Social Intervention
  • Funder: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (FCT)
  • Project Code: 147229
  • Funding stream: 5876
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