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    • Can people experience posttraumatic growth after committing violent acts? 

      Blackie, Laura E R; Roepke, Ann Marie; Hitchcott, Nicki; Joseph, Stephen (2016-11) - Journal article
      The concept of post-traumatic growth refers to the positive psychological changes that some people experience as a result of their struggle with highly stressful and often traumatic circumstances. Research into post-traumatic ...
    • From political friendship to befriending the world 

      Hayden, Patrick (2015-08) - Journal article
      Political friendship is typically portrayed as a dyadic relationship. In this traditional model, friendship is conceived as a positive intersubjective experience of relation-to-self and relation-to-other, assuming the ...
    • Political resilience and EU responses to aviation terrorism 

      Argomaniz, Javier; Lehr, Peter (2016-02-05) - Journal article
      In this article, we examine how European authorities have responded to reported threats to aviation resulting from individual terrorist tactics. We do so by applying the notion of political resilience and drawing on Palonen’s ...
    • Systemic evil and the international political imagination 

      Hayden, Patrick (2014-07) - Journal article
      In light of the persistence of discourses of atrocity in the post-Holocaust era, and with the resurgence of talk of evil that followed 11 September 2001, it is clear that the idea of evil still possesses a powerful hold ...