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  1. Ideological Media and American Politics

    How Television News Shapes Political Views and Behaviors

    By Dan Cassino

    Series: Routledge Studies in Political Psychology

    In recent years, scholars have argued that the ability of people to choose which channel they want to watch means that television news is just preaching to the choir, and doesn’t change any minds. However, this book shows that the media still has an enormous direct impact on American society and...

    To Be Published July 31st 2015 by Routledge

  2. Protest, Movements, and Dissent in the Social Sciences

    A Multidisciplinary Perspective

    Edited by Giovanni A. Travaglino

    Series: Contemporary Issues in Social Science

    Drawing on a wide range of social science disciplines and approaches, each chapter in this book offers a comprehensive analysis of social protest, political dissent and collective action. The distinguished scholars contributing to the book discuss some of the key theoretical and methodological...

    To Be Published July 31st 2015 by Routledge

  3. Psychology of Political Polarization

    Edited by Piercarlo Valdesolo, Jesse Graham

    Series: Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology Series

    This volume explores the psychological perspectives on political ideology, polarization, and how to bridge partisan divides both within and outside social psychology. There are two core themes. First, there is a critical examination of current psychological models explaining the political...

    To Be Published August 31st 2015 by Psychology Press

  4. Social Groups in Action and Interaction

    2nd Edition

    By Charles Stangor

    To Be Published September 30th 2015 by Psychology Press

  5. Emotions in Conflict

    Inhibitors and Facilitators of Peace Making

    By Eran Halperin

    Series: Routledge Studies in Political Psychology

    Social and political psychologists have attempted to reveal the reasons why individuals and societies that acknowledge that peace would improve their personal and collective wellbeing, and are aware of the required actions needed in order to promote it, are simply incapable of making this step...

    To Be Published September 30th 2015 by Routledge

  6. New Directions in Public Opinion

    2nd Edition

    Edited by Adam J. Berinsky

    Series: New Directions in American Politics

    The field of public opinion is one of the most diverse in political science. Over the last 60 years, scholars have drawn upon the disciplines of psychology, economics, sociology, and even biology to learn how ordinary people come to understand the complicated business of politics. But much of the...

    To Be Published October 14th 2015 by Routledge

  7. Clinton, New Terrorism and the Origins of the War on Terror

    By Chin-Kuei Tsui

    Series: Routledge Studies in US Foreign Policy

    Following the tragedy of September 11, 2001, there has been considerable research on U.S. post-9/11 foreign and security policies. Within this literature, a frequent assumption is that the war and its accompanying discourse originated largely with the George W. Bush Administration and that there...

    To Be Published October 29th 2015 by Routledge

  8. Presidential Decision Making & Risk after the Cold War

    The Emergence of Foreign Policy Crises

    By Trenta Luca

    Series: Routledge Studies in US Foreign Policy

    The book aims at gauging whether the nature of US foreign policy decision-making has changed - after the Cold War – as radically as a large body of literature seems to suggest. It aims at evaluating the assessment that the Cold War world represented a certain, clear and secure world that had...

    To Be Published November 27th 2015 by Routledge

  9. Good Media, Bad Media

    The Benefits and Consequences of a Negative, Emotional, and Biased News Media

    By Michael W. Wagner, Mike Gruszczynski

    Series: Controversies in Electoral Democracy and Representation

    The overwhelming negativity with which the American public views the news media is largely misplaced. Indeed, negative, emotional, and even biased political news coverage has some benefits for the American people—influencing their ability to perceive a clear choice between the two major parties,...

    To Be Published November 30th 2015 by Routledge

  10. Sex, Gender, and Politics

    A Biosocial Approach to Political Behavior

    By Rebecca J. Hannagan

    Increasingly research shows that women and men not only perceive people and situations quite differently, but that we might expect different political attitudes and behaviors from them as a result. Recent studies suggest gender-balanced group dynamics can impact decision making in ways that old...

    To Be Published January 14th 2016 by Routledge