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'They're not racist ...' prejudice denial, mitigation and suppression in dialogue.
Social scientific work on the suppression, mitigation or denial of prejudiced attitudes has tended to focus on the strategic self-presentation and self-monitoring undertaken by individual socialExpand
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Broadcasting the royal role: constructing culturally situated identities in the Princess Diana Panorama interview.
  • J. Abell, E. Stokoe
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The British journal of social psychology
  • 1 September 2001
We examine critically the two traditions of work that have informed discursive approaches to identity: social constructionism and conversation analysis. Within both strands, identity is theorized asExpand
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'They seem to think "we're better than you"': framing football support as a matter of 'national identity' in Scotland and England.
  • Jackie Abell
  • Psychology, Political Science
  • The British journal of social psychology
  • 25 March 2011
Within social psychology, studies of the nation have typically been understood in terms of national identity. Criticisms have been made of the tendency to conflate 'being' a member of a nationalExpand
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Analyzing Research Interviews
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Imagine: towards an integrated and applied social psychology.
This commentary does not aim to engage with the epistemological and ontological technicalities of the discursive psychology maintained by epistemological constructionism and discursive psychologyExpand
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Habitat, Housing Social Connectivity To Promote Social Well-being
Social connectivity concepts and modelling techniques have informed built environmental design practices for centuries, even if tacitly so. Villages, cities and buildings are habitats housing socialExpand
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