Societal and Political Psychology International Review

Societal and Political Psychology International Review

ISSN: 2068-6315

Political psychology studies overall the actions of people in society: power, democracy and totalitarianism, crises and revolts, political change, authority and charisma of the leaders, propaganda, political discourse and communication, psychological warfare and diplomatic action, electoral processes, social influence and collective memory, ideology and beliefs, racism, technological and geopolitical impact. All these topics, in edge of classical academic research, challenge the contemporary culture.


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