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Hector M. Grad, Dept. of Social Anthropology, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

National identity and cultural ideology: Discourse analysis of ethnic and civic factors in five regi

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Salman Türken, Psychology Dept., University of Oslo; Hilde Eileen Nafstad, Psychology Dept., University of Oslo; Rolv Mikkel Blakar, Psychology Dept., University of Oslo

Ideological influences on youth’s identity development: The cases of Turkey and Norway

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nagihan tasdemir, METU

National-Social Identities and National Pride among University Students in Turkey

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Miriam Sang-Ah Park, Brunel University, UK

Different levels of factors & their relations to political beliefs

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Maria del Mar Farina, Smith College

Failure to mourn “White Nativism”: Intrapsychic and sociological perspectives of deportation impacti

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James M Glass, University of Maryland, Dept of Government and Politics

Trauma and Political Trauma: Psychological Foundations of Identity Transformation

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Köse Talha, Istanbul Sehir University

Re-Negotiating the Normative Boundaries of Alevi Identity within the post 1980 Context of Turkey

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Rebecca Anne Weber, University of Lyon

Gendered Identity Transmission for Migrant Families

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Maciej Borys Sekerdej, Jagiellonian University, Centre for Social Research

The intricate relationship between patriotism and nationalism

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Ervin Staub, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Political orientation and focus of work on people helping and harming others: its roots in childhood

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Melek Saral, University of Munich

Shift in Turkey’s “self” and “other” definitions in course of EU socialization

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Susana Batel, ISCTE; Paula Castro, Lisbon University Institute (ISCTE-IUL), Centro de Investigaçao e Intervençao Social (CIS-IUL)

How can collective action actually create social change? An empirical analysis

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Nermin Aydemir, Bilkent University

Veiling Issue in Turkey: A Discourse Analysis on the Turkish Parliament Debates

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Susanne Dengler, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Oliver Lauenstein, School of Psychology, University of St Andrews

“They are us”: Zombies, Appearance and the Self, a Cultural Scientific and Psychological Investigati

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Dunya van Troost, VU University; Bert Klandermans, Sociology, VU, University of Amsterdam; Jacquelien van Stekelenburg, VU University

Protesters and their emotional response to the issue they oppose;

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