SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change

SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change

The SPARC research group — Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change — explores two major themes: the study of identities and social differences, particularly intergroup inequalities and negative attitudes and behaviour towards low status groups; and determinants of political attitudes and behaviour, including the comparative study of their economic and institutional determinants, the Europeanization of politics, media and campaign personalization, and attitudes towards regimes and institutions. This research group gathers political scientists, sociologists, and social psychologists expert in the use of quantitative and experimental methods, applied to the study of the determinants of political behaviour and political support, identities and social differences, and the nature and consequences of social values.

This group focuses its research on three types of phenomena:

  • The determinants of political support and behaviour, including support for regimes and institutions and the explanation of political participation and electoral behaviour.
  • Identities and social differences, including the formation of collective identities, social exclusion, and reactions to diversity.
  • The nature and consequences of social values, including the abstract ends individuals value in their lives, how they are reflected in their behaviour and what determines them.

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Agostinho Lisboa
Ana Caroline Pereira
Ana Sofia Coelho da Silva
Cátia Carvalho
Danilo Silva
Emerson do Bú
Filipe Ribeiro
Francisco Mota
Gizelle Soares
Gonçalo Freitas
Gonçalo Morgado
Jorge Miguel Domingues
José Pedro Lopes
Karina Baptista
Mafalda Mascarenhas
Maria de Fátima Carreiras
Marta Rodrigues
Mónica Gonçalves Coelho
Nelson Reis
Nelson Rodrigues dos Santos
Renata Nascimento Silva
Ricardo Sobral
Sara Martins Canha
Tânia Moleiro
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 14/10/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Online | Sala Polivalente
Hermann Schmitt
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 07/10/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Online + sala Polivalente
Eva Anduiza Perea
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 30/09/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
ICS-ULisboa / Online
Cicero Pereira
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 23/09/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
S. Polivalente e Online
Rui Costa Lopes | Mariana Miranda
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Fri, 16/07/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Gustavo Gouveia Maciel
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 27/05/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Hugo Marcos Marne
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 13/05/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Joris Alberdingk Thijm
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 06/05/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
 Ignacio Lago
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 29/04/2021 - 14:25 to 16:00
ONLINE
Roula Nezi
GI Seminars
SPARC: Social and Political Attitudes: Resilience and Change
Thu, 25/03/2021 - 14:30 to 16:00
Markus Wagner
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Magalhães , P. C.Garoupa, N.(2020)Judicial Performance and Trust in Legal Systems: Findings from a Decade of Surveys in over 20 European CountriesSocial Science Quarterly Vol. 101, 5, pp.1743-1760Online[Jounal Article]
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Costa-Lopes, R.Mata, A.(2021)Real people or mere numbers? The influence of kill-save ratios and identifiability on moral judgements (¿Personas reales o meros números? La influencia de la proporción vidas sacrificadas/vidas salvadas y la identificabilidad en los juicios morales)International Journal of Social Psychology/Revista de Psicología Social Vol. Published online 24 Mar 2021. DOI 10.1080/02134748.2021.1886700Online[Jounal Article]
Serra-Silva, S.(2021)How parliaments engage with citizens? Online public engagement: a comparative analysis of Parliamentary websitesThe Journal of Legislative Studies, Published online: 15 Mar 2021. DOI: 10.1080/13572334.2021.1896451Online[Jounal Article]
Silva, M. L. D. daBrito Roque, J. I.Pereira, C. R.(2021)Anxiety associated with COVID-19 and concerns about death: Impacts on psychological well-beingPersonality and Individual Differences Vol. 176, 110772Online[Jounal Article]
Figueiredo, C. de F.(2021)The effect of gender and male distinctiveness threat on prejudice against homosexualsJournal of Personality and Social Psychology, Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/pspi0000269Online[Jounal Article]
Santos, M. R. dosPereira, C. R.(2021)The social psychology of a selective national inferiority complex: Reconciling positive distinctiveness and system justificationJournal of Experimental Social Psychology Vol. 95, 104118Online[Jounal Article]
Freire, AndréColler, X.Andreadis, I.Jaime, A. M.Serra-Silva, S.Kartsounidou, E.(2020)Methodological challenges in the study of political elites: Some reflections from Southern Europe. In : André Freire, Mélany Barragán, Xavier Coller, Marco Lisi, Emmanouil Tsatsanis (Eds.)Political Representation in Southern Europe and Latin America: Before and After the Great Recession and the Commodity Crisis, pp.120-135Routledge[Book Chapter]
Serra-Silva, S.Belchior, A. M.(2020)Understanding the pledge fulfilment of opposition parties using evidence from PortugalEuropean Politics and Society Vol. 21, 1, pp.72-90[Jounal Article]
Maciel, G. G.(2021)What We (Don't) Know so Far About Tolerance Towards Corruption in European Democracies: Measurement Approaches, Determinants, and TypesSocial Indicators Research, Published 27 April 2021.https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-021-02690-yOnline[Jounal Article]
García-Sánchez, E.Correia, I.Pereira, C. R.Willis, G. B.Rodríguez-Bailón, R.Vala, J.(2021)How Fair is Economic Inequality? Belief in a Just World and the Legitimation of Economic Disparities in 27 European CountriesPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, First Published April 15, 2021. DOI 10.1177/01461672211002366Online[Jounal Article]
Silva, T.Kartalis, Y.Lobo, M. C.(2021)Highlighting supranational institutions? An automated analysis of EU politicisation (2002–2017)West European Politics, Published online: 30 Apr 2021. DOI 10.1080/01402382.2021.1910778[Jounal Article]
Miranda, M.Costa-Lopes, R.Freitas, G.Carvalho, C. L.(2021)Early release from prison in time of COVID-19: Determinants of unfavourable decisions towards Black prisonersPLoS ONE Vol. 16, 5, pp.e0252319Online[Jounal Article]
Lima, M. E. O.França, D. X. deJetten, J.Pereira, C. R.[...]Costa-Lopes, R.et al.(2021)Materialist and post-materialist concerns and the wish for a strong leader in 27 countriesJournal of Social and Political Psychology Vol. 9, 1, pp.207-220Online[Jounal Article]
Carvalho, C. L.Pinto, I. R.Costa-Lopes, R.Paez, D.Marques, J. M.(2021)Social Dominance Orientation Boosts Collective Action Among Low-Status GroupsFrontiers in Psychology Vol. 12, Article 681302Online[Jounal Article]
Fernandes, J. M.Saalfeld, T.Schwemmer, C.(2021)The Politics of Select Committee Assignments in the British House of CommonsLegislative Studies Quarterly, First published 08 March 2021, DOI 10.1111/lsq.12332Online[Jounal Article]
Fernandes, J. M.Debus, M.Bäck, H.(2021)Unpacking the politics of legislative debatesEuropean Journal of Political Research, First published 23 April 2021. DOI 10.1111/1475-6765.12454Online[Jounal Article]
Won, M.Fernandes, J. M.(2021)Analyzing Twitter networks using graph embeddings: an application to the British caseJournal of Computational Social Sciences, Published online 6 June 2021. DOI 10.1007/s42001-021-00128-6Online[Jounal Article]
Bäck, H.Debus, M.Fernandes, J. M.(2021)The Politics of Legislative DebateOxford University Press[Editor Book]
Bäck, H.Debus, M.Fernandes, J. M.(2021)Unpacking Comparative Patterns in Legislative Debates. In : Bäck, H., Debus, M, Fernandes, J. M (Eds.)The Politics of Legislative Debate, pp.825-850Oxford University Press[Book Chapter]
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