Please see the following call for papers for a medium-sized EASP meeting on "Do it the hard way: Causes and Consequences of Hard Treatment within and between Groups." The deadline for submissions is 28 February 2017.
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The Workshop will focus on cognitive aspects of stereotyping, prejudice, and intergroup relations; the occurrence of partisan bias and motivated political cognition; the nature of left-right differences in political orientation (or ideology); and impression formation, candidate perception, voting behavior, and collective action. The Faculty are world-renowned experts in these and related areas of brain research and will cut across multiple areas of this emerging field.
Please see the following Call for Papers for a special issue of Politics and the Life Sciences, edited by Erik Bucy and Delia Dumitrescu.
A Joint Statement on the Ongoing Situation in Turkey
As professional associations of social scientists in various disciplines, some of which have members in Turkey, the organizations listed below are deeply concerned about recent reports of infringements of academic freedom in Turkey, in particular in the aftermath of the recent attempt at a coup d’état. These reports refer, amongst other things, to the dismissal of over 1500 university deans and professors, and to a ban on foreign travel for all academics in Turkey. We do not want to interfere in domestic Turkish politics, but we can and must speak out when academic freedom is at risk. Academic freedom is vital for all disciplines, but particularly so for scholars studying social and political developments. We call on the Turkish political authorities to take all possible steps to guarantee that our members, affiliates, and other academics are allowed to continue their scholarly work without interference. Meanwhile we offer our sympathy and support to our Turkish members/affiliates and other academics in Turkey.
European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR)
Matthew Flinders/Helena Djurkovic (CEO)
International Association of Political Psychology
European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)
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