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- Reconsidering Citizenship Models and the Case for Cultural Citizenship: Implications for a Social Psychology of Social JusticeRegina Day Langhout and Jesica Siham Fernández
- Narrative Approaches within a Social Psychology of Social Justice: The Potential Utility of Narrative EvidenceDavid M. Frost
- Extending the Social Psychology of Racism: A Framework for Critical AnalysisCristian Tileagă
- The Ongoing Psychological Colonization of North American Indigenous People: Using Social Psychological Theories to Promote Social JusticeStephanie A. Fryberg, Rebecca Covarrubias, and Jacob A. Burack
- Disjunctive: Social Injustice, Black Identity, and the Normality of Black PeopleWilliam E. Cross, Jr.
- Culture, Psychology, and Social Justice: Toward a More Critical Psychology of Asians and Asian AmericansSumie Okazaki
- Intersectional Understandings of InequalityAída Hurtado
- “Who is Tossing Whom into the Current”?: A Social Justice Perspective on Gender and Well-BeingAbigail J. Stewart and Alyssa N. Zucker
- Transnational Feminism in Psychology: Women’s Human Rights, Liberation, and Social JusticeShelly Grabe
- Benevolent Heterosexism and the “Less-than-Queer” Citizen SubjectDarren Langdridge
- Of “Takers” and “Makers”: A Social Psychological Analysis of Class and ClassismHeather E. Bullock and Harmony A. Reppond
- Social Class Oppression as Social Exclusion: A Relational PerspectiveAmelia Dean Walker and Laura Smith
- Colonization, Decolonization, and Power: Ruptures and Critical Junctures Out of DominanceJames H. Liu and Felicia Pratto
- Social Psychology and Social Justice: Citizenship and Migrant Identity in the Post 9/11 EraSunil Bhatia
- Social Justice in Multicultural Europe: A Social Psychological PerspectiveXenia Chryssochoou
- Positioning Theory and Social JusticeZachary Warren and Fathali M. Moghaddam
- “In the Minds of Men . . .”: Social Representations of War and Military InterventionJ. Christopher Cohrs and Emma O’Dwyer
- Intergroup Contact in Settings of Protracted Ethnopolitical ConflictIfat Maoz
- Intergroup Contact and the Struggle for Social JusticeKevin Durrheim and John Dixon
- Intergroup Dialogue: Education for Social JusticeBiren (Ratnesh) A. Nagda, Patricia Gurin, and Jaclyn Rodríguez
- Setting the Record “Straight”: Communicating Findings from Social Science Research on Sexual Orientation to the CourtsGregory M. Herek