School of Psychology

Crowds and Identities: John Drury's Research Group

Introduction

The crowd is at the centre of social life: national and international events, social change and civic celebration, major incidents and everyday life – all involve experiences with crowds. In the past, social scientists claimed that the crowd was a source of social ills and social dysfunction. In a number of disciplines and topic areas, crowd researchers have moved away from this narrow, unidirectional view. Our research is a series of interlinked studies which seeks to provide a theoretical framing for our multiple experiences of crowd events.

John Drury's Research Group Blog 

 

Twitter

Social psychologist at the University of Sussex specialising in crowds and collective behaviour

RT @psychmag: New 'poets of the crowd' - new #Protest book from @commapress pairs authors and academics. We talk to Steve Reicher… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Heterogeneous control of affect misattribution procedure effects under incentives onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bj… @WileyPsychology

How negative contact & positive contact with Whites predict collective action in ethnic minorities onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bj… @WileyPsychology

Hierarchy preferences moderate effect of offender socioeconomic status on support for retribution onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bj… @WileyPsychology

@FergusNeville @Vagg_D @pjsaaved twitter.com/ronald_fischer…

Visit DrJohnDrury on Twitter

YouTube

Blog