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Globalization and Religious Nationalism: Self, Identity, and the Search for Ontological Security
The globalization of economics, politics, and human affairs has made individuals and groups more ontologically insecure and existentially uncertain. One main response to such insecurity is to seekExpand
Globalization and Religious Nationalism in India: The Search for Ontological Security
Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations. Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Globalization, (In)security and Religious Nationalism 1. Globalization and Destabilization: Approaching (In)Security 2.Expand
Nationalism, religion and the search for chosen traumas
This article proceeds from the argument that various forces of globalization have resulted in increased dislocation and uncertainty for many people in the world. Religion and nationalism, compared toExpand
The Postcolonial Has Moved into Europe: Bordering, Security and Ethno‐Cultural Belonging
The legacy of European colonialisms and nationalisms has conditioned immigration and citizenship policies that inform the postcolonial move into Europe. This article questions the assumptions thatExpand
The Political Psychology of Globalization: Muslims in the West
1. Introduction PART I: THEORIZING CITIZENSHIP, INTEGRATION AND IDENTITIES IN MULTICULTURAL SETTINGS 2. Immigration and Citizenship Regimes in a Globalizing World 3. The Political Psychology ofExpand
Dialogical Selves between Security and Insecurity
This article is concerned with the linkages between events occurring at the macro-level and psychological phenomena. In particular it seeks to elaborate on the possible effects of globalization,Expand
Introduction to 2018 special issue of European Security: “ontological (in)security in the European Union”
ABSTRACT The European Union (EU) faces many crises and risks to its security and existence. While few of them threaten the lives of EU citizens, they all create a sense of anxiety and insecurityExpand
The Political Psychology of (de)Securitization: Place-Making Strategies in Denmark, Sweden, and Canada
In this article we demonstrate how both state structures and collective agencies contribute to patterns of securitization and, in so doing, reconfigure conceptions of space and place. Focusing on theExpand
The Political Psychology of Globalization
In an increasingly globalized world, there are new economic, strategic, cultural, and political forces at work. The Political Psychology of Globalization: Muslims in the West explores how theseExpand
Populism, ontological insecurity and Hindutva: Modi and the masculinization of Indian politics
Abstract In an era increasingly defined by insecurity and populist politics, India has emerged as a forceful ontological security provider under the leadership of Marendra Modi. If ontologicalExpand