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BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
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BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon
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BJSP- Susan Fiske and John Dixon

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Susan Fiske and John Dixon discuss Susan's Landmark Article, as published in the British Journal of Social Psychology - Volume 51, Issue 1.

Susan Fiske and John Dixon discuss Susan's Landmark Article, as published in the British Journal of Social Psychology - Volume 51, Issue 1.

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  • 1. Podcast A discussion between Professor Susan Fiske and Professor John DixonJourney to the Edges: Social Structures and Neural Maps of Intergroup Processes
  • 2. Professor John Dixon, Lancaster University, UKCo-Editor, British Journal of Social PsychologyProfessor Jolanda Jetten, Professor of SocialPsychology, University of Queensland,AustraliaCo-Editor, British Journal of Social Psychology
  • 3. Professor Susan Fiske, Professor of PsychologyPrinceton UniversityLandmark Article: Journey to the Edges: Social Structuresand Neural Maps of Intergroup ProcessesVolume 51 Issue 1 BJSP, March 2012
  • 4. Why did you become interested in working on both the sociological and neurologicallevels of analysis?Where there particular research problems or questions that led you to be interested inboth areas?
  • 5. Macro level Micro level structures of analysis society JourneyIntergroup relations Neural structuresIdeologyEconomic systems
  • 6. What is the main message of your Landmark Article?What are the key points that you would like the next generation of Social Psychologiststo think about or use to inform their own research on intergroup relations?
  • 7. “Be open to a variety of methods that may triangulate on a phenomenon you careabout in different ways.”
  • 8. How have you approached the challenges of integrating the macro and micro levelanalysis, both conceptually and methodologically?
  • 9. Politics of knowledge production in social psychology: where some forms of knowledgeare valued more highly than others and are seen as more glamorous and fundable.What is your view on this?
  • 10. “People need to do what they have a passion for.”
  • 11. Professor Susan Fiske, Professor of PsychologyPrinceton UniversityLandmark Article: Journey to the Edges: Social Structuresand Neural Maps of Intergroup ProcessesVolume 51 Issue 1 BJSP, March 2012
  • 12. AcknowledgementsThe Editorial team of BJSP and Wiley-Blackwell wish to thankProfessor Susan Fiske and Professor John Dixon for their support incontributing to this podcast.

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