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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 33, Number 1, 1 February 2012

Broadening Political Psychology
pp. 11-25(15)
Authors: Hatemi, Peter K.; McDermott, Rose

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Of BOLD Claims and Excessive Fears: A Call for Caution
pp. 27-43(17)
Authors: Theodoridis, Alexander G.; Nelson, Amy J.

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The Discursive Frames of Political Psychology
pp. 45-59(15)
Authors: Nesbitt‐Larking, Paul; Kinnvall, Catarina

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Where To From Here for the Psychology of Social Change? Future Directions for Theory and Practice
pp. 61-74(14)
Authors: Subašić, Emina; Reynolds, Katherine J.; Reicher, Stephen D.; Klandermans, Bert

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Narrative as a Root Metaphor for Political Psychology
pp. 75-103(29)
Authors: Hammack, Phillip L.; Pilecki, Andrew

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Grounding Citizenship: Toward a Political Psychology of Public Space
pp. 123-143(21)
Author: Di Masso, Andrés

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The Case for Metaphor in Political Reasoning and Cognition
pp. 145-163(19)
Author: Bougher, Lori D.

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How Can We Study Heroism? Integrating Persons, Situations and Communities
pp. 165-178(14)
Authors: Jayawickreme, Eranda; Di Stefano, Paul

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