5th UK Annual Political Psychology Conference
- Monday 27 March (00:00) - Friday 31 March 2023 (00:00)
This online conference brings together academics and research students studying key issues in political psychology. The conference is free to attend for presenters and participants. It is organised by the International Political Psychology (IPoPsy) research group of the Institute for Conflict Cooperation and Security (ICCS) at the University of Birmingham, the Political Psychology specialist group of the Political Studies Association, the Political Psychology section of the British Psychological Society (BPS), and the Political Psychology section of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
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The conference brings together for the fifth year, academics and research students studying key issues in political psychology. The conference is held over five days and hosts 13 panels, an opening and a closing keynote, and a roundtable . Research presentations focus on different aspects of political psychology: Conspiracies, Deservingmess, Direct Democracy, Discrimination, Diversity, Emotions, Identities, Ideology, Inequality, Intergroup dynamics, Grievance Politics, Nationalism, Polarisation, Political Leadership, Populism, Radicalization.
For the updated programme, please visit the Eventbrite booking page. Registered participants will receive an email invitation with the zoom link for the featured panels two days prior to the conference, and daily reminders.
This is a zoom seminar event which requires free registration. The event is free to speakers and participants.