By Eric Groenendyk
A sequence of surveys and experiments supply a window into the partisan brain during periods of clash among social gathering identification and political attitudes. those experiences express that people commit cognitive assets to protecting their celebration identities opposed to dissonant suggestions, usually resorting to complicated justifications. even though, while cognitive assets are inadequate, those defenses holiday down and partisans are pressured to regulate their identities to mirror disagreements. furthermore, concepts of civic responsibility can stimulate responsiveness motivation to the purpose that it overwhelms partisan motivation, best members to regulate their identities to mirror their disagreements.
In demonstrating the impact of competing causes, this ebook reconciles the 2 dominant theories of celebration id. instead of characterizing get together id as both a hugely sturdy affective attachment or a working tally of political reviews, it means that the character of get together id hinges at the interaction among the motivations that underlie it. even perhaps extra importantly, this e-book shifts the dialogue clear of partisan swap as opposed to balance to the normative implications of get together identity. whereas the polarization of yank politics should be exacerbating partisan biases, there's lots of explanation for desire. through easily making electorate' common emotions of civic accountability salient to them, those biases might be overcome.
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Competing Motives in the Partisan Mind: How Loyalty and Responsiveness Shape Party Identification and Democracy (Series in Political Psychology) by Eric Groenendyk