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Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation

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Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization : Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation. / Khawaja, Iram; Christensen, Tina Wilchen; Mørck, Line Lerche.

I: Theory & Psychology, Nr. Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization", 17.08.2022.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Harvard

Khawaja, I, Christensen, TW & Mørck, LL 2022, 'Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation', Theory & Psychology, nr. Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization".

APA

Khawaja, I., Christensen, T. W., & Mørck, L. L. (Accepteret/In press). Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation. Theory & Psychology, (Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization").

CBE

Khawaja I, Christensen TW, Mørck LL. 2022. Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation. Theory & Psychology. (Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization").

MLA

Khawaja, Iram, Tina Wilchen Christensen, og Line Lerche Mørck. "Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation". Theory & Psychology. 2022. (Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization").

Vancouver

Khawaja I, Christensen TW, Mørck LL. Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization: Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation. Theory & Psychology. 2022 aug. 17;(Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization").

Author

Khawaja, Iram ; Christensen, Tina Wilchen ; Mørck, Line Lerche. / Dehumanization and a psychology of de-globalization : Double binds and movements beyond radicalization and racialized mis-interpellation. I: Theory & Psychology. 2022 ; Nr. Special Issue "Theorizing the Psychology of Deglobalization".

Bibtex

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