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Migration and identity processes among first generation British South Asians
(Taylor and Francis, 2015-02-03)
There has been little scholarly attention to the identities and migratory experiences of first-generation British South Asians, especially from social psychologists. Drawing upon Identity Process Theory, this article ...
ESOL: an opportunity for challenging homophobia
(National Association for Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults (NATECLA), 2015)
In this article, it is argued that the ESOL context provides an excellent opportunity for challenging homophobic social representations and for enabling some students to explore alternative representations regarding sexuality ...
Paranoia predicts outgroup prejudice: preliminary experimental data
(Routledge: Taylor and Francis, 2015-09-01)
This article examines the relationships between exposure to terrorism news and state social paranoia, death anxiety and Islamophobia. In two experiments we show that, contrary to previous research in this area, the terrorism ...
Constructing and protecting identity in a diverse higher education context
(Taylor and Francis, 2015)
UK higher education (HE) has become increasingly diverse. Despite the clear social, economic and pedagogical benefits of diversity, it can also be challenging for identity as it may bring about psychological change and ...
Nonheterosexual British Asian men: Social representations, identity and social relations
This article explores social representations, identity, and social relations among nonheterosexual British Asian men. After an overview of two relevant theories from social psychology – identity process theory and social ...
Embracing and resisting climate identities in the Australian press: Sceptics, scientists and politics
This article charts the development of a label that appeared early on in Australian debates on climate change, namely ‘greenhouse sceptics’. We explore who uses the label, for what purposes and with which effects, and how ...