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Cues for Integration

Foreign Policy Beliefs and German Parliamentarians’ Support for European Integration

A. Burcu Bayram

, Paul M., Richard A. Brody, and Phillip E. Tetlock. Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology (Cambridge, 1993). 48 Thomas Jäger, Kai Oppermann, Alexander Höse and Henrike Viehrig, “The Salience of Foreign Affairs Issues in the

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David Hall

Climate action is conventionally framed in terms of overcoming epistemic and practical disagreement. An alternative view is to treat people’s understandings of climate change as fundamentally pluralistic and to conceive of climate action accordingly. This paper explores this latter perspective through a framework of philosophical psychology, in particular Bernard Williams’s distinction between internal and external reasons. This illuminates why the IPCC’s framework of ‘Reasons for Concern’ has an inefficacious relationship to people’s concerns and, hence, why additional reason giving is required. Accordingly, this paper recommends a model of truthful persuasion, which acknowledges the plurality of people’s motivations and sincerely strives to connect the facts of climate change to people’s subjective motivational sets.

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Benjamin Abrams, Giovanni A. Travaglino, Peter R. Gardner, and Brian Callan

Justification and Power Distance Orientation on Radicalization against the Political System .” Political Psychology . . Travaglino , Giovanni A. , Dominic Abrams , and Georgina Randsley De Moura . 2016 . “ Men of

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The Political Psychology of Israeli Prime Ministers: When Hard-Liners Opt for Peace by Yael S. Aronoff Joel Migdal

Paths to Middle-Class Mobility among Second-Generation Moroccan Immigrant Women in Israel by Beverly Mizrachi Shani Bar-On

Conscientious Objectors in Israel: Citizenship, Sacrifice, Trials of Fealty by Erica Weiss Ruth Linn and Renana Gal

Mo(ve)ments of Resistance: Politics, Economy and Society in Israel/Palestine 1931–2013 by Lev Luis Grinberg As'ad Ghanem

Arabs and Israelis: Conflict and Peacemaking in the Middle East by Abdel Monem Said Aly, Shai Feldman, and Khalil Shikaki Paul L. Scham

The Challenge of Ethnic Democracy: The State and Minority Groups in Israel, Poland and Northern Ireland by Yoav Peled Ian S. Lustick

Israeli Feminist Scholarship: Gender, Zionism, and Difference by Esther Fuchs (ed.) Pnina Peri

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We live in a secular age. Or so we are told. In fact, the real worlds of society, politics and social and political thought tell a very different story. Church attendance in many parts of the western world may be on the wane, but this is balanced by huge increases in church attendance in other parts of the world as well as the global rise of new, more ‘attractive’ forms of religious worship. In politics, the secular project has had, at best, patchy success. The formal separation of church and state is an outstanding achievement, but it is not always as clear-cut as may be desirable. This is exemplified by the extent to which religion forms the basis of most recent political conflicts. The events of 11 September 2001 and its aftermath in Iraq and elsewhere is only one example of this phenomenon; it is also an example of the extent to which religion and other aspects of politics and political psychology are interwoven. This fact is identified within the longstanding, if under-represented, position in social and political theory that points to the religious origins of modern political thought and agency. In a recent edition of Theoria, issue 106 (April 2005), Avishai Margalit and S. N. Eisenstadt provided compelling arguments in defense of this position.

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Social Protest and Its Discontents

A System Justification Perspective

Vivienne Badaan, John T. Jost, Danny Osborne, Chris G. Sibley, Joaquín Ungaretti, Edgardo Etchezahar, and Erin P. Hennes

.1007/s11211-007-0050-z Elster , Jon . 1993 . Political Psychology . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . 10.1017/CBO9781139172486 Godfrey , Erin B. , Carlos E. Santos , and Esther Burson . 2017 . “ For Better or Worse? System

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Colin Wayne Leach and Cátia P. Teixeira

Social and Political Psychology 1 ( 1 ): 293 – 320 . 10.5964/jspp.v1i1.85 Teixeira , Cátia P. , Russell Spears , and Vincent Y. Yzerbyt . 2020 . “ Is Martin Luther King or Malcolm X the More Acceptable Face of Protest? High-Status Groups

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Sticking to Her Guns or Going with the Flow

Assessing Rigidity and Flexibility in Angela Merkel's Political Decision Making

Christian Schnee

. 8 Keller's framework is grounded both in findings of investigations he conducted into fifteen cases of the Reagan administration as well as insights proffered by political psychology. 9 Keller's understanding of the causes for rigidity in decision

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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

. ‘ Values, Ideology, and Structure of Political Attitudes ’, in D. O. Sears , L. Huddy and R. Jervis (eds), Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology . New York : Oxford University Press , 477 – 508 . Finchelstein , F. 2008 . ‘ On Fascist

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States of Feeling

Public Servants’ Affective and Emotional Entanglements in the Making of the State

Sophie Andreetta, Luisa Enria, Pauline Jarroux, and Susanne Verheul

, B. and C. Yorke ( 2019 ), ‘ Personal and political emotions in the mind of the diplomat ’, Political Psychology 40 , no. 6 : 1235 – 1249 . . Killick , E. ( 2014 ). Whose truth is it anyway