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Introduction to Political Psychology, 4th Edition, Martha L. Cottam, Elena Mastors, Thomas Preston, Beth Dietz, 9780367200015, 9780367200008, 9780429244643, 978-0367200015, 978-0367200008, 978-0429244643

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Introduction to Political Psychology explores the many  psychological patterns that influence individual political behavior. The  authors introduce readers to a broad range of theories, concepts, and  case studies of political activity, arguing that individuals are driven  or motivated to act in accordance with personality characteristics,  values, beliefs, and attachments to groups. The book explains many  aspects of political behavior—whether seemingly pathological actions or  normal decision-making practices, which sometimes work optimally, and  sometimes fail

Thoroughly updated throughout, the book examines patterns of  political behavior in areas including leadership, group behavior,  voting, race, nationalism, terrorism, and war. This edition features  coverage of the 2016 election and profiles former U.S. President Donald  Trump, while also including updated data on race relations and extremist  groups in the United States. Global issues are also considered, with  case studies focused on Myanmar and Syria, alongside coverage of social  issues including Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement

Accessibly written and comprehensive in scope, it is an essential  companion for all graduate and upper-level undergraduate students of  psychology, political science, and political psychology. It will also be  of interest to those in the policy-making community, especially those  looking to learn more about the extent to which perceptions,  personality, and group dynamics affect the policy-making arena

Table of Contents

1. Political Psychology: Introduction and Overview  2.  Personality and Politics  3. Cognition, Social Identity, Emotions, and  Attitudes in Political Psychology  4. The Political Psychology of  Groups  5. The Study of Political Leaders  6. The Political Psychology  of Mass Politics: How Do People Decide for Whom to Vote?  7. The  Political Psychology of the Media in Politics  8. The Political  Psychology of Race  9. From Ethnic Conflict to Genocide  10. The  Political Psychology of Nationalism  11. The Political Psychology of  Social Movements  12. The Political Psychology of Terrorism  13. The  Political Psychology of International Security and Conflict  14.  Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation