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International Review of Theoretical Psychologies
The rise of populism is a prevalent issue on the political landscape both in Europe and the wider world. Such ideologies create defamatory political narratives and exacerbate already partisan social media spaces. This trend challenges psychologists interested in politics to consider what factors could influence dialogue sustainment in these polarised contexts. The current focus of social psychology research is towards identity-based theories to mediate such interactions. The purpose of thisdoi:10.7146/irtp.v1i2.127971 fatcat:j5trv25zrfb4fjfb5yijxs5spu