Using political sanctions to discourage intergroup attacks : social identity and authority legitimacy
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De Dreu and Gross offer novel solutions to discouraging attackers via political sanctions. We offer insights from social psychological and criminological research on when such sanctions would work and when they could backfire. We argue that the influence of such sanctioning ultimately rests upon the extent to which such authorities can claim to represent the society they serve.
Urbanska , K & Pehrson , S 2019 , ' Using political sanctions to discourage intergroup attacks : social identity and authority legitimacy ' , Behavioral and Brain Sciences , vol. 42 , e143 . https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X1900075X
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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