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Introduction to the special thematic section: The importance of group identification, context and culture in promoting social action

  • Niki Harré (a1) and Allan B.I. Bernardo (a2)

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This special thematic section is the first in a series of special sections that the Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP) is developing for the Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology. Over the last four years, the AASP has guest edited one special issue each year on applied social psychology research in the journal in an attempt to encourage Asian social psychologists to engage in research that address real world problems in Asian societies. The special issues have featured a variety of research approaches (action research, program development, experiments, and so on) on a range of important social concerns (see Bernardo & Liu, 2018, for a retrospective view of these special issues). As part of its continuing cooperative relationship with the journal, every year for the next five years, the AASP will guest edit smaller special thematic issues, each with a more well-defined focus, in the hope of making stronger incremental contributions to research and theory on important areas of social psychology.

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This is an Open Access article, distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution licence (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted re-use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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Author for correspondence: Allan B.I. Bernardo, University of Macau. Email: allanbibernardo@umac.mo

References

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Introduction to the special thematic section: The importance of group identification, context and culture in promoting social action

  • Niki Harré (a1) and Allan B.I. Bernardo (a2)

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