Editorial Political Cartoons in Australia: Social Representations & and the Visual Depiction of Essentialism

@article{Moloney2013EditorialPC,
  title={Editorial Political Cartoons in Australia: Social Representations \& and the Visual Depiction of Essentialism},
  author={G. Moloney and Peter Holtz and W. Wagner},
  journal={Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={284-298}
}
Six million migrants from over 170 countries have resettled in Australia since 1945 ensuring religious diversity is now a hallmark of Australia’s population. However, not all religious groups are perceived in the same way. In this paper, we explore how representational processes differentially essentialise religious groups, in particular how some groups are ascribed an underlying nature that irrevocably defines who they are and how they will behave, whilst other groups are conveyed merely as… Expand

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