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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (11) : 1713-1720     DOI:
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A Review of Debates within Political Psychology

YIN Ji-Wu

School of International Relations and Diplomacy, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing 100089, China
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Abstract  Bringing together political science and psychological science, Political Psychology has long been a source of interdisciplinary advances. Issues of debate in the history of Political Psychology theory include the relationship between rationality and the variables proposed by political psychology, the domain paradigm of Political Psychology or the decentralization problem, the selection problems of dispositionism and situationism, the balance problem of balance between political and psychological approaches, and the problem of how cultural variables influence variables of interest to political psychology. This author discusses in detail the controversies above and further gives a brief introduction to the cultural approach of Chinese political psychology research, such as focusing on cultural difference and the relationship between culture and rationality.
Keywords Political Psychology      rationality      situationism      Psychological Political Science      culture studies     
Corresponding Authors: YIN Ji-Wu   
Issue Date: 15 November 2011
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YIN Ji-Wu. A Review of Debates within Political Psychology[J]. , 2011, 19(11): 1713-1720.
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