Monthly Archives: November 2016

The life-changing experience of participation in collective action

By Sara Vestergren. Since Donald Trump became the president-elect last week, people in the USA have taken to the streets, demonstrating for days to show their discontent, possibly even attempting to change society. The aim for most protests and collective

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What is the role of shared identities in the aftermath of floods?

By Evangelos Ntontis. As a PhD student at the School of Psychology of Sussex University, I recently had the honour of winning the 2016 PhD poster conference. Of course winning is accompanied with writing a blog for the School’s website,

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