The exchange between citizens and elected officials: a social psychological framework for citizen climate activists

Written by Migration, Immigration, Immigration Policy, Europe, Coronavirus, Diversity, Autocracy, Demography, Travel, Mobility, Students 11 September 2020

The authors here “conducted a study with citizen activists who lobby the US Congress for a carbon pricing policy to address climate change” to see “how activists think about four social psychological approaches: affirmation, social norms, legacy and immediacy” (SHERMAN, D., SHTEYN, M., HAN, H., & VAN BOVEN, L. (2020)).

Publisher: SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins

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Categories: Article, Liberal Democracy, Tools of Democracy