7 edition of Political Psychology found in the catalog.
November 1, 2001
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||380|
The Political Psychology of Women in U.S. Politics is a comprehensive resource for students, researchers, and practitioners interested in women and politics. Highly original and drawing from the best available research in psychology and political science, this book is designed to summarize and. Focusing on political psychology at the individual level (genes, early childhood, personality, decision-making, emotions, values, ideology) and the collective (group identity, social justice, mass mobilization, political violence, prejudice reduction), this interdisciplinary volume covers models of the mass public and political elites and addresses both domestic issues and foreign policy.
Political psychology, at the most general level, is an application of what is known about human psychology to the study of politics. It draws upon theory and research on biopsychology, neuroscience, personality, psychopathology, evolutionary psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, and intergroup relations. Political psychology is also concerned with the decision-making processes and judgments made by politicians themselves and their effect on the populous. Political psychology is a mixture of a variety of fields – psychology, political science, government, education, economics, business, and communications.
The field: Political psychology has emerged as a major subfield of political science and a focal research interest of dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com growth of the field is reflected in the establishment of an academic society, the International Society of Political Psychology, the formation of Political Psychology sections in both the American Political Science Association and the European Consortium of. The book provides detailed information about the development of the field of political psychology, a subfield of both political science and psychology. It describes the evolution of concepts and theories within political psychology, international influences in the field, current concepts and methodology, and trends that augur for the future of.
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Political Psychology: Situations, Individuals, and Cases, 2 nd edition, provides a concise, readable, and conceptually organized introduction to the topic of political psychology by examining this very question.
Using this situationism--dispositionism framework―which roughly parallels the concerns of social and cognitive psychology―this Cited by: Jan 08, · Political psychology is a dynamic subfield at the intersection of psychology and political science.
The specific relationship between politics and social psychology has been steadily evolving in recent years, making it a compelling and exciting area of study/5(2). The discipline political psychology was formally introduced during the Franco-Prussian war and the socialist revolution, stirred by the rise of the Paris Commune ().
The term "political psychology" was first introduced by the ethnologist Adolph Bastian in his book Man in History (). The psychology of politics developed as a scientific discipline from the merger of psychology and political science between World War I and World War II.
Political psychology has emerged as an important field of study in both political science and psychology as it helps explain political behavior, which traditional science has failed to understand.
Political Psychology: Situations, Individuals, and Cases provides a concise, readable, and conceptually organized introduction to the topic of political psychology by examining this very question.
Using this situationism–dispositionism framework—which roughly paral-lels the concerns of social and cognitive psychology—this book focuses on such. About this book.
A research-based guide to political psychology that is filled with critical arguments from noted experts. Political Psychology is solidly grounded in empirical research and critical arguments. The text puts the emphasis on alternative approaches to psychological enquiry that challenge our traditional assumptions about the world.
Political psychology is a dynamic subfield at the intersection of psychology and political science. The specific relationship between politics and social psychology has been steadily evolving in recent years, making it a compelling and exciting area of study/5.
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'Cristian Tileagă’s impressive new book offers an exciting new vision for political psychology. Moving beyond individualistic paradigms that dominate the work on public opinion, political values, and behaviour, Tileagă argues for a critical and interpretive political psychology that draws on the best that European social psychology has to offer including: discursive and rhetorical Cited by: 5.
Political Psychology, the journal of the International Society of Political Psychology, is dedicated to the analysis of the interrelationships between psychological and political processes. International contributors draw on a diverse range of sources, including cognitive.
Political psychology applies what is known about human psychology to the study of politics. It examines citizens’ vote choices and public opinion as well as how political leaders deal with threat, mediate political conflicts, and make foreign policy decisions.
The second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology gathers together a distinguished group of international scholars to. Aug 25, · Political Psychology: Situations, Individuals, and Cases, 2 nd edition, provides a concise, readable, and conceptually organized introduction to the topic of political psychology by examining this very question.
Using this situationism--dispositionism framework—which roughly parallels the concerns of social and cognitive psychology—this Author: David Patrick Houghton.
Relationships of culture and political psychology shape a wide range of important contemporary political issues. The distinguished contributors to this book make use of diverse theories of psychology, informed by a broadly comparable understanding of the nature of culture.
The book is an important. Political Psychology: Situations, Individuals, and Cases, 2 nd edition, provides a concise, readable, and conceptually organized introduction to the topic of political psychology by examining this very question.
Using this situationism--dispositionism framework—which roughly parallels the concerns of social and cognitive psychology—this. political psychology Download political psychology or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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This book investigates the West's preoccupation with the veiled body through the imaging and imagining of Muslim women. It examines the relationship between the body and knowledge through the politics of freedom as grounded in a ‘natural’ body, in the index of dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com: Palgrave Macmillan.
The new edition includes a new chapter on the psychology of the media and communication. Houghton has also updated the text to analyze recent political events such as the election, and to include up-and-coming research in the areas of neuroscience, behavioral economics, and more.
Then came the influential book, Handbook of Political Psychology, by Jeanne Knutson () who drew from disciplines such as sociology, psychology, and political science to create a work that encompassed the whole field of political psychology and clarified its development as a psychological discipline.
Please be advised that we experienced an unexpected issue that occurred on Saturday and Sunday January 20th and 21st that caused the site to be down for an extended period of time and affected the ability of users to access content on Wiley Online Library.Dec 29, · This book provides an introduction to political psychology through a focus on European politics and topics.
It describes a style of doing political psychology in Europe that has developed out of dialogue with as well as critique of North American approaches.1/5(1).In this volume, political psychologists take a hard look at political psychology.
They pose and then address, the kinds of tough questions that those outside the field would be inclined to ask and those inside should be able to answer satisfactorily.