Symposia: 221/40 - Social Psychology and Refugees

Friday 7 July
9.00 - 10.40 h.
Manuel Falla
Issues arising from current mass migrations of refugees demand our attention as social psychologists. This symposium offers a snap-shot of European social-psychological research on refugees, featuring work in four different contexts with a variety of methods.

 

Chair
Rupert Brown
Social Psychologist. School of Psychology. Sussex University. Brighton. United Kingdom.

 

221/4001 European research on immigration

(1) Wagner, Uli; (2) Greipl, Simon

(1) Social Psychologist; Psychology; Marburg University; Marburg; Germany; (2) Psychologist; Marburg University; Marburg; Germany

221/4002 Psychosocial support among Syrian refugees in Jordan: An ethnographic exploration of the role of social identity

(1) Alfadhli, Khalifah; (2) Drury, John

(1) social psychologist; Psychology; Sussex University; Brighton; UK; (2) social psychologist; Psychology; Sussex University; Brighton; UK

221/4003 Intergroup contact and well-being among refugees in the UK

(1) Brown, Rupert; (2) Tip, Linda

(1) social psychologist; Psychology; Sussex University; Brighton; UK; (2) social psychologist; Global Studies; Sussex University; Brighton; UK.

221/4004 Should we help or not? Moral inclinations, helping and the refugee crisis

(1) Kutlaca, Maja; (2) Kuppens, Toon; (3) Spears, Russell

(1) social psychologist; Psychology; Groningen University; Groningen; Netherlands.; (2) social psychologist; Psychology; Groningen University; Groningen; Netherlands; (3) social psychologist; Psychlogy; Groningen University; Groningen; Netherlands

221/4005 When contact doesn't work: intergroup contact and attitudes towards asylum seekers and intial reception centres in the neighbourhood

(1) Kotzur, Patrick F.; (2) Wagner, Ulrich

(1) University of Marburg. Germany; (2) University of Marburg. Germany