Psychology of Ethnopolitical Conflict

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The psychology of ethnopolitical conflict is a broad and growing field of scholarly study. This entry focuses on four interrelated domains within this terrain: perceptual and cognitive biases, emotions in conflict, shared societal beliefs, and individual differences in worldviews.


Subjects: Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.

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