Social Representational Correlates of Attitudes Toward Peace and War: A Cross-Cultural Analysis in the United States and Denmark
This research aimed at examining the possibility that certain social representations of peace and war are, more than others, (in)compatible with support for warfare. It also aimed at investigating the weight of political culture on the realization of this possibility. Using the framework of social representations theory (Moscovici, 1961=2008), this study surveyed undergraduate students from 3 universities located in 2 countries: the United States and Denmark. Analyses conducted at the cultural...[Show more]
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|Source:||Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology|
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