Political Psychology / Edition 1by Kristen Renwick Monroe
With a list of contributors that reads like a "Who's Who" of political psychology, this comprehensive volume introduces the major concepts, debates, and themes in the field and provides an overview of its intellectual development, its disparate parts, the major controversies and some suggestions for the future direction of the field.See more details below
With a list of contributors that reads like a "Who's Who" of political psychology, this comprehensive volume introduces the major concepts, debates, and themes in the field and provides an overview of its intellectual development, its disparate parts, the major controversies and some suggestions for the future direction of the field.
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Table of Contents
Contents: K.R. Monroe, Political Psychology: An Overview. Part I:Political Psychology: An Overview of the Field. M. Deutsch, C. Kinnvall, What Is Political Psychology? M.G. Hermann, Political Psychology as a Perspective in the Study of Politics. D. Ward, Political Psychology: Origins and Development. J.A. Krosnick, K.M. McGraw, Psychological Political Science Versus Political Psychology True to Its Name: A Plea for Balance. G.E. Marcus, Political Psychology: A Personal View. J.G. Stein, Political Learning and Political Psychology: A Question of Norms. Part II:Political Psychology in Relation to Other Fields. S.A. Renshon, Lost in Plain Sight: The Cultural Foundations of Political Psychology. M. Crenshaw, The Utility of Political Psychology. W. Doise, C. Staerklé, From Social to Political Psychology: The Societal Approach. D. Bar-Tal, The (Social) Psychological Legacy for Political Psychology. C.F. Alford, Group Psychology Is the State of Nature. Part III:Special Areas of Application. S. Jackman, P.M. Sniderman, Institutional Organization of Choice Spaces: A Political Conception of Political Psychology. H. Lavine, On-Line Versus Memory-Based Process Models of Political Evaluation. D.O. Sears, Long-Term Psychological Consequences of Political Events. L. Huddy, Crossing the Methodological and Disciplinary Divide: Political Stability, Political Change, and Research Method. R. Jervis, Signaling and Perception: Drawing Inferences and Projecting Images. Part IV:Focus on the Future. P. Suedfeld, Postmodernism, Identity Politics, and Other Political Influences in Political Psychology. S. Rosenberg, Reconstructing Political Psychology: Current Obstacles and New Directions. R.E. Lane, Turning Political Psychology Upside Down. D.G. Winter, An Intellectual Agenda for Political Psychology. K.R. Monroe, A Paradigm for Political Psychology.
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