First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 11, Number 3, 2005
Contents: R.V. Wagner, A Welcome Exposure to Peace Psychology in Germany. K. Boehnke, D. Fuss, A. Kindervater, Introduction: Peace Psychology in Germany. W. Frindte, S. Wettig, D. Wammetsberger, Old and New Anti-Semitic Attitudes in the Context of Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation--Two Studies in Germany. J. Stellmacher, G. Sommer, E. Brähler, The Cognitive Representation of Human Rights: Knowledge, Importance, and Commitment. J.C. Cohrs, B. Moschner, J. Maes, S. Kielmann, Personal Values and Attitudes Toward War. M. Kolbe, M. Boos, A. Gurtner, Social Identity in Times of Interational Conflict. K. Boehnke, M. Boehnke, Once a Peacenik--Always a Peacenik? Results From a German Six-Wave, Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study. I.I. Koop, Refugees in Church Asylum: Intervention Between Political Conflict and Individual Suffering.