Violence in Cross-cultural Relations as the Outcome of Specific Cognitiveand Emotional Processes

@inproceedings{Pagani2011ViolenceIC,
  title={Violence in Cross-cultural Relations as the Outcome of Specific Cognitiveand Emotional Processes},
  author={Camilla Pagani},
  year={2011}
}
Violence, including psychological violence, sometimes negatively characterizes cross-cultural relations in western societies, especially in those countries that have become the destination of substantial immigration flows in the last few decades and where the relationship with diversity affects many significant aspects of people’s lives. In these cases violence, which can also be labeled as racism, is the outcome of specific cognitive and emotional processes. Among these processes perceived… CONTINUE READING

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