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Advances in Political Psychology 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0080439896
ISBN-13: 9780080439891
Sku: 36397593
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9H x 6L x 0.75T
Pages:  192
Age Range:  NA
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In volume 1 of the series, the focus is on political psychology as a perspective or way of exploring politics. The volume shows how political psychology provides a window on the world by exploring issues of identity, political participation and framing as well as showing how world leaders, institutions and governments do it politically. A myriad of methods are used in studying these topics ranging from surveys to experiments to case studies. Chapters focus on the US experience as well as that of a number of other countries. This Series is sponsored by the International Society of Political Psychology.
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In volume 1 of the series, the focus is on political psychology as a perspective or way of exploring politics. The volume shows how political psychology provides a window on the world by exploring issues of identity, political participation and framing as well as showing how world leaders, institutions and governments do it politically. A myriad of methods are used in studying these topics ranging from surveys to experiments to case studies. Chapters focus on the US experience as well as that of a number of other countries.

This Series is sponsored by the International Society of Political Psychology.In volume 1 of the series, the focus is on political psychology as a perspective or way of exploring politics. The volume shows how political psychology provides a window on the world by exploring issues of identity, political participation and framing as well as showing how world leaders, institutions and governments do it politically. A myriad of methods are used in studying these topics ranging from surveys to experiments to case studies. Chapters focus on the US experience as well as that of a number of other countries.

This Series is sponsored by the International Society of Political Psychology.
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Product attributePublisher:   Emerald Group Publishing
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