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Divided by a Common Language?:Conceptualizing Identity, Discrimination, and Alienation


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Blackwood, L. M., Hopkins, N. and Reicher, S. D., 2012. Divided by a Common Language?:Conceptualizing Identity, Discrimination, and Alienation. In: Jonas, K. and Morton, T., eds. Restoring Civil Societies:. John Wiley and Sons, pp. 222-236.

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Item Type Book Sections
CreatorsBlackwood, L. M., Hopkins, N. and Reicher, S. D.
EditorsJonas, K.and Morton, T.
DOI10.1002/9781118347683.ch13
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Uncontrolled Keywords7,alienation,dominant model, fitting current social psychological theorizing,social influence and the group,wrap model, also overlooking experience of discrimination,wrap program, a duty of care on being alert to vulnerability,wrap's centrality, identity processes in explaining radicalization,wrap, based on radicalization processes, from risk factors,wrap, characterization of terrorism as a social crime,psychology(all)
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Psychology
StatusPublished
ID Code47177

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