Category: Social-Ecology

Prefigurative Politics: The Psychology Behind Political Activism

Dive into the intersection of psychology and political activism with David Clarke and John Drury’s latest study. It uncovers how prefigurative politics, where the future is enacted in the present, is influenced by psychological processes like empowerment and community building.

This research sheds light on the social and psychological underpinnings driving contemporary political movements, offering a fresh perspective on activism.

📜 Paper title: “Emergent Prefigurative Politics and Social Psychological Processes: A Systematic Review and Research Agenda”

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