[PolPsy-DEU] [Extern] Fwd: Political Psychology of Southeast Asia _ JSPP

Christopher Cohrs christopher.cohrs at uni-marburg.de
Mi Okt 12 11:01:21 CEST 2022

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Betreff: 	Political Psychology of Southeast Asia _ JSPP
Datum: 	Wed, 12 Oct 2022 15:59:10 +0700
Von: 	idhamsyah eka putra <idhamsyah.ekaputra at gmail.com>

Dear colleagues,

With great pleasure and excitement, we would like to promote and 
announce “Special Thematic Section: Political Psychology of Southeast 
Asia” (Guest edited by Ali Mashuri, Idhamsyah Eka Putra, Cristina J. 
Montiel) just published in the Journal of Social and Political 
Psychology (https://jspp.psychopen.eu/index.php/jspp/issue/view/433)

- *Political Psychology of Southeast Asia* 

- *Islam and Politics: A Latent Class Analysis of Indonesian Muslims 
Based on Political Attitudes and Psychological Determinants* 

- *Narrative Expansion and "Terrorist" Labeling: Discursive Conflict 
Escalation by State Media* 

- *Indonesian Civilians’ Attributions for Anti-Chinese Violence During 
the May 1998 Riots in Indonesia* 

- *Negotiated Harms in Moralized Policies: The Case of Duterte’s War on 
Drugs* https://jspp.psychopen.eu/index.php/jspp/article/view/5623

- *Vote-Selling as Unethical Behavior: Effects of Voter’s Inhibitory 
Self-Control, Decision Toward Vote-Buying Money, and Candidate’s Quality 
in Indonesia Election* 

We also would like to thank Christopher Cohrs and Johanna Vollhardt for 
their support to us in making this thematic section happen. Overall, we 
all are satisfied with all articles, in which all articles have given 
important contributions to social and political psychology research in 
Southeast Asia.

As an introduction, here is the abstract:

This special thematic section spotlights the current state of political 
psychology in Southeast Asia. Drawing from various research 
methodologies, five papers published in this special thematic section 
provide psychological insights into different political topics in the 
past and present-day Southeast Asia, including 1) Islam and politics; 2) 
terrorist labelling; 3) violence against minorities; 4) moralised 
policies; and 5) vote-buying. Overall, this special thematic section 
contributes to the understanding of the political psychology of 
non-WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) 
populations, particularly in Southeast Asia. The need for more 
publications with non-WEIRD samples in the field of political psychology 
is discussed, as are some strategies to actualise this goal.

All articles are open access, so feel free to download it. And feel free 
to share this with other colleagues, as well.



*Idhamsyah Eka Putra*

Lecturer | Director | Research Fellow | Associate Editor
Persada Indonesia University | DASPR | Oxford University | Journal of 
Social and Political Psychology
http://www.yai.ac.id | http://dasprui.com | 
http://cric-oxford.org/fellows/ | https://jspp.psychopen.eu
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