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Selected papers

On collective vulnerability, conflict and human rights:

 

Elcheroth, G., & Spini, D. (2013). Beyond collective denial: Public reactions to human rights violations and the struggle over the moral continuity of communities. In D. Spini, G., Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski (eds.), War, Community, and Social Change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 205-226). Berlin & New York: Springer.

Elcheroth, G., & Spini, D. (2009). Public support for the prosecution of human rights violations in the former Yugoslavia. Peace and Conflict : Journal of Peace Psychology, 15(2), 189-214

Spini D., Elcheroth G. & Fasel R. (2008). The impact of group norms and generalization of risks across groups on judgments of war behavior. Political Psychology, 29(6), 919-941.

 

Elcheroth, G. (2006). Individual-level and community-level effects of war trauma on social representations related to humanitarian law. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 907-930.

 

Spini, D., & Doise, W. (2005). Universal human rights and duties as normative social representations. In N. J. Finkel& F. Moghaddam (Eds.), The psychology of human rights and duties : Empirical contributions and normative commentaries (pp. 21-48). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


 

On collective values, social stability and change:

 

Morselli, D., & Passini, S. (2012). Disobedience and support for democracy: Research on the World Values Survey. Social Science Journal, 49, 284-294.

Passini, S., & Morselli, D. (2010). Obedience to an Illegitimate Demand: The Effect of Perceived Democracy. Political Psychology, 31(3), 315-328.

        

 Passini, S., & Morselli, D. (2013). The triadic legitimacy model: Understanding the dynamics between social change and social stability. New Ideas in Psychology, 31, 98–107.

 

 

On political nationalism and ethnic violence:

 

Penic, S., Corkalo Biruski, D. & Elcheroth, G. (2013) Threatened powers. When blaming “the others” grows out of internal instability and protest. In D. Spini, G., Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski. (eds.), War, Community, and Social Change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 163-182). Berlin & New York: Springer.

Elcheroth, G. & Spini, D. (2011).Political violence, intergroup conflict, and ethnic categories. In D. Bar-Tal (ed.), Intergroup conflicts and their resolution: A social psychological perspective (pp.175-194). New York: Psychology Press.

 

 

On collective resistance and disobedience:

 

Elcheroth, G., & Reicher, S. (in press). ‘Not our war, not our country’: A contextual analysis of Scottisch political rhetoric and popular understandings during the invasion of Iraq. British Journal of Social Psychology.

 

Passini, S., & Morselli, D. (2011). In the name of democracy: Disobedience and value-oriented citizenship. Journal of Community and Social Psychology, 21, 255–267.

 

Morselli, D., & Passini, S. (2010). Avoiding crimes of obedience: a comparative study of the autobiographies of M.K. Gandhi, N. Mandela & M.L. King. Peace & Conflict. Journal of Peace Psychology, 16 (3), 231-255.

Morselli, D. (in press). The olive tree effect: Future time perspective when future is uncertain. Culture & Psychology.

 

 

On shared beliefs and community resilience:

 

Fasel, R. & Spini, D. (2013). Shattered beliefs: How to cope when the world is not a just place? In D. Spini, G., Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski (eds.), War, Community, and Social Change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 183-198). Berlin & New York: Springer.

Fasel, R. & Spini, D. (2010). Effects of victimization on the belief in a just world in four ex-Yugoslavian countries. Social Justice Research, 23(1), 17-36.

 

Morselli, D., & Passini, S. (2013). Beyond ethnic intolerance: Traces and benefits of ethnic diversity in post-war  Bosnia-Herzegovina. In D. Spini, G., Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo (eds.). War, Community, and Social Change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 105-124). Berlin & New York: Springer.

 

 

On the combination of micro- and macro-level approaches:

 

Elcheroth, G., Penic, S., Fasel, R., Giudici, F., Glaeser, S., Joye,D., Le Goff, J-M., Morselli, D., & Spini, D. (2013). Spatially weighted context data and their application to collective war experiences. Sociological Methodology, 14.

Elcheroth, G. Doise, W., & Reicher, S. (2011). On the Knowledge of politics and the politics of knowledge: How a social representations approach helps us rethink the subject of political psychology. Political Psychology, 32 (5) 729-758. 

 

Morselli, D. & Passini, S. (2011). New perspective on the study of the authority relationship: Integrating individual and societal level research. Journal of Theory of Social Behaviour, 41, 291-307.

           

Spini, D., Elcheroth, G., & Fasel, R. (2013). Towards a community approach of the aftermath of war in the former Yugoslavia: Collective experiences, social practices, and representations. In D. Spini, G., Elcheroth, & D. Corkalo Biruski (eds.), War, Community, and Social Change: Collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia (pp. 3-24). Berlin & New York: Springer.


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