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  Understanding (and acknowledging) fallibility
  Prof S Delacroix
Application Deadline: 22 January 2019
Uncertainty. whether it be developing tools to help communicate it in lay-professional encounters, tools that take into account human uncertainty (and the consequent need for continuing change in a legal system), or methods to flag up / explain uncertainty to professional (or public policy) users of data science tools.
  Emotions, Political Tolerance and the Young [ political psychology international politics ]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
This collaborative project with Dr. Harriet Tenenbaum (University of Surrey, Psychology) combines political science and psychology research to understand the impact of anger and fear on young people’s perceptions of asylum seekers and reasoning about their rights.
  Individual and Collective Emotions in Austerity Politics in Greece [ political psychology european politics / policy ]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
We are currently collecting qualitative and quantitative data on emotional reactions during the financial crisis in Greece to establish how individual and collective emotions can explain public reactions to austerity politics..
  Organizational Reputations and Media Responses to Blame [ political psychology and public policy]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
This project investigates how organizational reputations can predict the types of responses international business organizations provide when implicated in scandals or allegations of bad business practice, such as child labour or unsafe working conditions.
  Political Emotions and BrExit [ political psychology European British politics
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
This project, designed collaboratively with Dr. Exadaktylos from the University of Surrey, investigates the role of emotionality in the context of political and public debates on Britain’s exit from the EU.
  Political Radicalization, Emotionality and Political Values [ political psychology international politics]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
This project examines the psychological determinants of political radicalization in the context of the recent economic crisis.
  Political reputations, trust and blame [ political psychology international politics / relations]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
This project examines the affective and cognitive components of reputations of political institutions and leaders as determinants of political accountability.
  The Role of Emotionality in International Mediation [ political psychology international politics / relations ]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
Research demonstrates that perceptions of emotional reactions are important determinants of the strategies international mediators adopt in the context of mediation.
  Values and political orientations of India’s middle class [ political psychology international politics / development ]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
With Dr. Ipshita Basu at Westminster University we are investigating the role of values and emotions as determinants of the political orientations of India’s middle class.
  Power Sharing and Transitional Justice in Post-conflict Societies
  Prof S Wolff
Applications accepted all year round
Negotiated political settlements to prevent or end a full-scale civil war overwhelmingly involve power-sharing institutions (in a broad sense, including territorial power sharing), yet increasingly also incorporate transitional justice elements.
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