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"I Feel Like We're Going Backwards:" Post-Presidential Election Resilience in Latinx Community Members

Melissa L. Morgan Consoli, Andrés J. Consoli, Alyssa Hufana, Adriana Sanchez, Emily Unzueta, Iliana Flores, María D. Vázquez, Joshua M. Sheltzer, J. Manuel Casas
2019 Journal for social action in counseling and psychology  
level, how they confronted concerns related to fear and adversities (i.e., their resilience), and what the impact may be for their future.  ...  Participants were asked about their emotions and reactions, as well as plans regarding the results of the election.  ...  I am scared to go out for my children, how am I going to move forward without the 3 B. Action.  ... 
doi:10.33043/jsacp.10.2.16-33 fatcat:hs5u34ukqzaybofl6gemtpgnlm

Is There Any Hope? How Climate Change News Imagery and Text Influence Audience Emotions and Support for Climate Mitigation Policies

Lauren Feldman, P. Sol Hart
2017 Risk Analysis  
Implications for climate change communication that appeals to emotions are discussed.  ...  Using a national sample, this study experimentally tests the effects of news visuals and texts that emphasize either the causes and impacts of climate change or actions that can be taken to address climate  ...  them feel powerless, overwhelmed, and scared. [38] Reactions to smokestack images were characterized by feelings of disgust and distress levelled at industry and government, while participants associated  ... 
doi:10.1111/risa.12868 pmid:28767136 fatcat:5kwl2tlavbharbq7mgso6b7zhi

Who is to blame for COVID-19? Examining politicized fear and health behavior through a mixed methods study in the United States

Lisa J. Hardy, Adi Mana, Leah Mundell, Moran Neuman, Sharón Benheim, Eric Otenyo, Anat Gesser-Edelsburg
2021 PLoS ONE  
Political ideologies drove public actions and health behaviors in the first year of the global pandemic.  ...  Findings reveal heavy associations between lack of safety during a public health crisis and blame of "culture" and government power across the political spectrum.  ...  Shifra Sagy for her leadership in salutogensis and vision for the PLOS ONE  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0256136 pmid:34469453 pmcid:PMC8409642 fatcat:sk3uzeoilzbqrcwepapmrnzela

The Emotional Citizen: Emotion as a Function of Political Sophistication

Patrick R. Miller
2011 Political Psychology  
I show that high sophisticates are more responsive to emotional appeals in campaign advertising, and that emotions are a stronger influence on their voting and attitude expression than for low sophisticates  ...  Thus, high sophisticates are more emotional about politics, more responsive to emotional cues in the world around them, and more prone to act on their emotions in their political behavior. --iv  ...  The logical action associated with that fear was to vote for Johnson. To grasp the full meaning and react appropriately, viewers needed a certain level of understanding.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9221.2011.00824.x fatcat:zzjflbqgevcwxhr3lw3hzukfpy

"Watchful waiting": everyday ethical caring practices of general practitioners in cases of intimate partner violence

Eva Vergaert, Sophie Withaeckx, Gily Coene
2022 International Journal of Care and Caring  
In-depth interviews were conducted with general practitioners to inquire about their concrete experiences and conflicts, which were then submitted to a thematic analysis based on Tronto's elements of an  ...  of the caregiver and care receiver particular to the issue of intimate partner violence.  ...  and the patient: "But I'm not scared, in a case of partner violence, of throwing myself into it and dealing with it.  ... 
doi:10.1332/239788221x16478612581252 fatcat:2mwn4bjzxvhehklisoi2muiksy

Crisis, Charisma, and Consequences: Evidence from the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election

Jennifer L. Merolla, Jennifer M. Ramos, Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
2007 Journal of Politics  
We investigate how conditions of crisis affect perceptions of charisma and how these, in turn, affect blame attribution and self-sacrificial behavior.  ...  The Crisis condition also directly and indirectly, via perceptions of charisma, affected whether Bush was blamed for failures in Iraq and our subjects' willingness to sacrifice their personal resources  ...  We would also like to thank four anonymous reviewers for providing constructive and detailed feedback. All errors and inadequacies that remain are of course our own.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2508.2007.00492.x fatcat:5i3rzegywjgjljr44dacijx45y

The Consequences of Terrorism: Disentangling the Effects of Personal and National Threat

Leonie Huddy, Stanley Feldman, Theresa Capelos, Colin Provost
2002 Political Psychology  
and perceptions, in line with its highly arousing nature. (2) The effects of personal threat are highly circumscribed and overshadowed by the impact of perceived national threat, consistent with findings  ...  on the meager impact of self-interest and other personal concerns on public opinion.  ...  Correspondence concerning this article should be sent to Leonie Huddy, Department of Political Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794.  ... 
doi:10.1111/0162-895x.00295 fatcat:aqepgnywwrc6hi2hbkrxcxcz4y

Political Identity Over Personal Impact: Early U.S. Reactions to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Robert N. Collins, David R. Mandel, Sarah S. Schywiola
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
they suffered job or income loss) on individuals' reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  In particular, the appraisal of government response divided along party lines, tied to opposing views of whether there has been over- or under-reaction to the pandemic.  ...  The final response scale included items (a) and (b), loaded on the factor such that lower values are associated with perceptions of overreacting and higher values are associated with perceptions of underreacting  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.607639 pmid:33833708 pmcid:PMC8021901 fatcat:lh4crmqs5vgbhbhxda2ngiiejm

The psychological drivers of misinformation belief and its resistance to correction

Ullrich K. H. Ecker, Stephan Lewandowsky, John Cook, Philipp Schmid, Lisa K. Fazio, Nadia Brashier, Panayiota Kendeou, Emily K. Vraga, Michelle A. Amazeen
2022 Nature Reviews Psychology  
in various areas including journalism, public health, policymaking and education.  ...  Misinformation has been identified as a major contributor to various contentious contemporary events ranging from elections and referenda to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  adherence to public health measures 60, 61 .  ... 
doi:10.1038/s44159-021-00006-y fatcat:fhb4lkns7zfzrmaxntbaq6f4jq

Free Hand Abroad, Divide and Rule at Home

Jack Snyder, Robert Y. Shapiro, Yaeli Bloch-Elkon
2008 World Politics  
of partisan ideological polarization and then extended into foreign policy.  ...  This does not necessarily make the use of force cheap or wise, but it means that the costs and risks attendant on its use are comparatively indirect, long term, and thus highly subject to interpretation  ...  The "Harry and Louise" television advertisements sponsored by a health insurance trade association undermined the Clinton health plan by piggy-backing on well-established Republican rhetoric about the  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0043887109000069 fatcat:5beb4lvkpbezbcoh2jko6vcaau

Vaccine Risk Perceptions and Ad Hoc Risk Communication: An Empirical Assessment

Dan M. Kahan
2014 Social Science Research Network  
The opposing cultural allegiances that are associated with disputed societal and public health risks do not generate meaningful disagreement over vaccine risks and benefits.  ...  Remedying these deficits is essential to assuring that the immense benefits associated with childhood vaccinations and other science-informed public-health measures are fully realized. II.  ...  Part B reproduces a selection of the real-world communications on which the news stories furnished to subjects in the "crisis," "anti-science," and "CDC" conditions were based. A.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2386034 fatcat:linw7vostveadjau5qsjnz7nvy

Whither Now, Opinion Modelers?

Pawel Sobkowicz
2020 Frontiers in Physics  
through media) as well as psychologically adequate reaction mechanisms, and realistic influence networks.  ...  The article describes the current status and potential directions of development of agentbased models of social opinion dynamics.  ...  There are known limitations and problems associated with these sources, for example, the fact that they give access only to public personas, and not to the internal states of people.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphy.2020.587009 fatcat:z6vf3ru3mbca5h7zfx2uduq3tq

THE IMPACT OF NAPOLEON III ON BRITISH POLITICS, 1851–1880

J. P. Parry
2001 Transactions of the Royal Historical Society  
It argues that British reaction to him, and to French and European politics more generally, had a profound influence on domestic mid-Victorian political culture.  ...  In the s and s, British politicians, the media and public opinion were at their most selfconfident about Britain's stability and economic success.  ...  action, and this would destabilise Europe.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0080440101000081 fatcat:5gtr6tyt3vcgbhs7p6d3gaseze

Using Virtual Exchange to Advance Media Literacy Competencies through Analysis of Contemporary Propaganda

2018 Journal of Media Literacy Education  
In this essay, we explore the use of cross-national dialogue among German and American undergraduate students who are seeking to better understand how media messages are interpreted and how they inform  ...  and guide the civic actions of citizens.  ...  When learners are able "to actively construct knowledge by formulating ideas into words that are shared with and built upon through the reactions and responses of others" (Harasim, Hiltz, Teles, & Turoff  ... 
doi:10.23860/jmle-2018-10-2-9 fatcat:afoyvglrcvfqngin6uofcic5i4

Inspiration for Insurrection or Harmless Humour? Class and Politics in the Editorial Cartoons of Three Toronto Newspapers during the Early 1930s

Scott Vokey
2000 Labour (Halifax)  
And since it was at the same time declaring that even a communist is entitled to the protection of the law... it was accused by panicky people of being an admirer of communism and of Russia."  ...  By calling out almost the entire police force of the city to prevent Tim Buck making a speech in Queen's Park...the impression was created.. .that Toronto was seething with Communism...  ...  Another area worth inquiring into is the public reaction to these popular images.  ... 
doi:10.2307/25149045 fatcat:cetqiy43ira3jhzzycz4q5avem
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