Details

Title

Egoistic Relative Deprivation and Support for Populism in Days of Democracy Crisis: the Case of Poland

Journal title

Polish Psychological Bulletin

Yearbook

2021

Volume

vol. 52

Issue

No 2

Affiliation

Korzeniowski, Krzysztof : Polish Academy of Sciences

Authors

Keywords

relative deprivation ; dysphoric affect ; political alienation ; political paranoia ; support for populism

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Humanistyczne i Społeczne

Coverage

129-138

Publisher

Committee for Psychological Science PAS

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Date

2021.08.09

Type

Article

Identifier

DOI: 10.24425/ppb.2021.137255

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