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Publikationer och presentationer

Publikationer

Bäck, E. A., Bäck, H. & Garcia Albacete, G. (2013). Protest Activity, Social Incentives, and Rejection Sensitivity: Results from a survey experiment about tuition fees. Contention, 1, 1-15.

Bäck, E. A., Bäck, H., Montgomery, M., & Funck, F. (2013). Åsikter och engagemang i samhällsfrågor: Resultat från en webbundersökning. Psykologiska rapporter från Lund, 6, 1-29.

Knapton, H.,M.. (2014). The Recruitment and Radicalisation of Western Citizens: Does Ostracism Have a Role in Homegrown Terrorism?. Journal of European Psychology Students, 5(1), 38-48.

Knapton, H., Bäck, H., & Bäck, E. A. The social activist: Effects of rejection on participation and acceptance for political violence. (Resubmitted).

Presentationer

Bäck, E. A., & Bäck, H. The odd one out: The effect of rejection on collective action participation. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) in Bordeaux, France, 2013.

Bäck, E. A., Montgomery, H., & Bäck, H. Protest Activity, Social Incentives, and Rejection Sensitivity: Results from a survey experiment about tuition fees. Allmänna seminariet, Dept of Political Science, Stockholm University, 2013.

Garcia-Albacete, G., Bäck, H., & Bäck, E. A. Contextual and individual-level determinants of political protest: The interaction between feelings of discrimination and institutional arrangements.Theory, Action and Impact of Social Protest (TAISP) interdisciplinary conference in Kent, 2012.

Bäck, E. A., Bäck, H. & Garcia Albacete, G. Protest Activity, Social Incentives, and Rejection Sensitivity: Results from a survey experiment about tuition fees. Theory, Action and Impact of Social Protest (TAISP) interdisciplinary conference in Kent, 2012.

Bäck, E. A., Bäck, H., & Knapton, H. The social incentives of collective action: Rejection and social support as predictors of protest activity. International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP) in Rome, Italy, 2014.

Knapton, H., Bäck, H., & Bäck, E. A. Who becomes active? The role of personality and selective incentives in electoral and non-electoral participation. International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP) in Rome, Italy, 2014

Bäck, E. A., & Bäck, H. The social incentives of collective action: Rejection and social support as predictors of protest activity. European Consortium for Political Science (ECPR), Glasgow, Scotland, 2014

Bäck, E. A., & Bäck, H. Why engage in collective action? The role of rejection in explaining protest activity. Nordic Political Science Association (NoPSA), Gothenburg, Sweden 2014

Working papers

Garcia-Albacete, G., Bäck, H., & Bäck, E. A. Contextual and individual-level determinants of political protest: The interaction between feelings of discrimination and institutional arrangements. (Working paper)

Knapton, H., Bäck, H., & Bäck, E. A. Who becomes active? The role of personality and selective incentives in electoral and non-electoral participation (working paper).

Bäck, E. A., Bäck, H., & Knapton, H. Groups, Personality and Political Participation: Effects of Rejection Sensitivity and Need to Belong on Collective Action Tendencies (working paper).

Studentuppsatser

Knapton, H.,M.. (2014). The Recruitment and Radicalisation of Western Citizens: Does Ostracism Have a Role in Homegrown Terrorism?. Journal of European Psychology Students, 5(1), 38-48.

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Emma Bäck
Emma Bäcks forskning
Emma.Back [at] psy.lu.se

Hanna Bäck
Hanna Bäcks forskning
Hanna.Back [at] svet.lu.se

Henry Montgomery
hmy [at] psychology.su.se

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