International Society of Political Psychology


Journal of Social and Political Psychology, First Issue Published

Posted by Emma O'Dwyer •

The Journal of Social and Political Psychology has just finalized its first issue at In particular, please note the first Special Thematic Section, on "Societal Change", guest-edited by Colin Leach, Leda Blackwood, and Andrew Livingstone.

You are invited to review the Table of Contents below and then visit the website to check out articles of interest. JSPP is an open-access journal, and all articles are freely available. You can also register via the web site if you would like to be notified of future publications.


Journal of Social and Political Psychology Vol 1, No 1 (2013) Table of Contents


Special Thematic Section on "Societal Change"

Regarding Societal Change (105-111)

      Leda Blackwood,   Andrew G. Livingstone,  Colin Wayne Leach

 Towards a 'Science of Movement': Identity, Authority and Influence in the Production of Social Stability and Social Change (112-131)

      Stephen Reicher,  S. Alexander Haslam

When Inequality Fails: Power, Group Dominance, and Societal Change (132-160)

      Felicia Pratto, Andrew L. Stewart, Fouad Bou Zeineddine

From Correlation to Causation: The Cruciality of a Collectivity in the Context of Collective Action (161-187)

      Jacquelien van Stekelenburg,  Natasha C. Anikina, Wim T. J. L. Pouw, Igor Petrovic, Naomi Nederlof

Objectification, Self-Objectification, and Societal Change (188-215)

      Eileen L. Zurbriggen

Increasing Intergroup Cooperation Toward Social Change by Restoring Advantaged and Disadvantaged Groups' Positive Identities (216-238)

      Nurit Shnabel,    Johannes Ullrich

'What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding?' Further Reflections on the Limits of Prejudice Reduction as a Model of Social Change (239-252)

      John Dixon, Kevin Durrheim,   Philippa Kerr,    Manuela Thomae

Dramatic Social Change: A Social Psychological Perspective (253-272)

      Roxane de la Sablonnière,     Laura French Bourgeois, Mariam Najih

Broadening the Scope of Societal Change Research: Psychological, Cultural, and Political Impacts of Development Aid (273-292)

      Nina Hansen, Tom Postmes

"I Have a Dream": A Typology of Social Change Goals (293-320)

      Joseph Sweetman,  Colin Wayne Leach,      Russell Spears,   Felicia Pratto,   Rim Saab

The Role of the Media in the Construction of Public Belief and Social Change (321-336)

      Catherine Happer, Greg Philo

A Complex Systems Approach to the Study of Ideology: Cognitive-Affective Structures and the Dynamics of Belief Systems (337-363)

      Thomas Homer-Dixon,     Jonathan Leader Maynard,      Matto Mildenberger,     Manjana Milkoreit,  Steven J. Mock,   Stephen Quilley,  Tobias Schröder,  Paul Thagard

Insights from Societal Psychology: The Contextual Politics of Change (364-384)

      Caroline Howarth, Catherine Campbell,     Flora Cornish,    Bradley Franks,   Lucia Garcia-Lorenzo,   Alex Gillespie,   Ilka Gleibs,      Isabelle Gonvales-Portelinha,    Sandra Jovchelovitch,   Saadi             Lahlou, Jenevieve Mannell, Tom Reader, Chris Tennant

(The Need for) A Model of Translational Mind Science Justice Research (385-399)

      Phillip Atiba Goff, Avital Mentovich, Karin D. Martin


From the Editors

Welcome to a New International Open-Access Journal in Social and Political Psychology (1-4)

      J. Christopher Cohrs,   Johanna Ray Vollhardt


Original Research Reports

Differential Effects of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation on Political Candidate Support: The Moderating Role of Message Framing (5-28)

      Jarret T. Crawford,     Jennifer L. Brady,      Jane M. Pilanski, Heather Erny

The Needs of Victims: An Empirical Categorization Based on Interpersonal Conflicts (29-50)

      Johanna Kirchhoff,      Micha Strack,     Ulrich Wagner

The Relationship Between Political Ideology and Attitudes Toward Tax

Compliance: The Case of Italian Taxpayers (51-73)

      Edoardo Lozza,    Barbara Kastlunger,     Semira Tagliabue, Erich Kirchler

Bleeding-Heart Liberals and Hard-Hearted Conservatives: Subtle Political Dehumanization Through Differential Attributions of Human Nature and Human Uniqueness Traits (86-104)

      Jarret T. Crawford,     Sean A. Modri,    Matt Motyl



Review of "The Oxford Handbook of Intergroup Conflict" (74-85)

      Gert Sommer





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