The Discursive Frames of Political Psychology – Forum

Date: 2013-01-26

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Title: The Discursive Frames of Political Psychology

Authors: Nesbitt-Larking, Paul and Kinnvall, Catarina

Moderator: Paul Nesbitt-Larking

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Citation: Nesbitt-Larking, Paul and Kinnvall, Catarina, 2012, “The Discursive Frames of Political Psychology”, Political Psychology, 33: 45–59. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9221.2011.00862.x

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