Editor: Professor Margaret Hermann
Subject: Sociology and Public Policy (view other series in this subject area)
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Given the continued growth and explosion of information and interest in political psychology, there is an increasing need for a place where the research findings, theoretical developments, and conceptual breakthroughs of this area of inquiry are synthesized and integrated in a form accessible to the scholar, student, and practitioner.
The Advances in Political Psychology annual series is intended to fill this need by recording the state of the field and highlighting innovative developments so that those who are interested can keep abreast of what is happening in political psychology. This series is sponsored by the International Society of Political Psychology. Each volume will include six to eight chapters that capture the diversity of subject matter that is studied by political psychologists.
The chapters will reflect research that comes out of examinations of mass politics as well as is at the frontiers of our knowledge of elite politics. The materials will include projects that are comparative in nature – cross-national, cross-cultural, cross-time (historical).
Syracuse University, USA
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