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Oxford Handbook of political psychology

Author: David O Sears; Leonie Huddy; Robert Jervis
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David O Sears; Leonie Huddy; Robert Jervis
ISBN: 0195152204 019516220X 9780195152203 9780195162202
OCLC Number: 123206067
Awards: Joint winner of American Political Science Association: Political Psychology Section Robert E. Lane Award 2004
Description: x, 822 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. The Psychologies Underlying Political Psychology ; THEORETICAL APPROACHES ; 2. Models of Decision-Making ; 3. Childhood and Adult Political Development ; 4. Personality and Political Behavior ; 5. Evolutionary Approaches to Political Psychology ; 6. The Psychology of Emotion and Politics ; 7. Political Rhetoric ; INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ; 8. Political Psychology and Foreign Policy ; 9. Image Theory and Strategic Interaction in International Relations ; 10. Conflict Analysis and Resolution ; MASS POLITICAL BEHAVIOR ; 11. Communication and Politics in the Age of Information ; 12. Political Impressions: Formation and Management ; 13. Information Processing and Public Opinion ; 14. Values, Ideology, and the Structure of Political Attitudes ; INTERGROUP RELATIONS ; 15. Group Identity and Political Cohesion ; 16. Prejudice and Intergroup Hostility ; 17. Theorizing Gender in Political Psychology Research ; POLITICAL CHANGE ; 18. Education and Democratic Citizenship in a Changing World ; 19. Collective Political Action ; 20. Genocide, Mass Killing and Intractable Conflict: Roots, Evolution, Prevention, and Reconciliation ; EPILOGUE ; 21. Rescuing Political Science from Itself ; Index
Responsibility: edited by David O. Sears, Leonie Huddy, Robert Jervis.

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