Leda Blackwood
Leda Blackwood
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Why do people engage in collective action? Revisiting the role of perceived effectiveness
MJ Hornsey, L Blackwood, W Louis, K Fielding, K Mavor, T Morton, ...
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (7), 1701-1722, 2006
Real time: Computers, change and schooling
D Meredyth, N Russell, L Blackwood, J Thomas, P Wise
Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Commonwealth of Australia, 1999
Everyday citizenship: Identity and recognition
N Hopkins, L Blackwood
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 21 (3), 215-227, 2011
I know who I am, but who do they think I am? Muslim perspectives on encounters with airport authorities
L Blackwood, N Hopkins, S Reicher
Ethnic and Racial Studies 36 (6), 1090-1108, 2013
If it matters for the group then it matters to me: Collective action outcomes for seasoned activists
LM Blackwood, WR Louis
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (1), 72-92, 2012
The “activist identity” and activism across domains: A multiple identities analysis
WR Louis, CE Amiot, EF Thomas, L Blackwood
Journal of Social Issues 72 (2), 242-263, 2016
'Flying while Muslim': citizenship and misrecognition in the airport
L Blackwood, N Hopkins, S Reicher
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (2), 148-170, 2015
From theorizing radicalization to surveillance practices: Muslims in the cross hairs of scrutiny
L Blackwood, N Hopkins, S Reicher
Political Psychology 37 (5), 597-612, 2016
Causality in the study of collective action and political behavior
WR Louis, ST La Macchia, CE Amiot, EF Thomas, LM Blackwood, ...
Causes and consequences: A multidisciplinary exploration, 277-302, 2016
Real time computers, change and schooling: National sample study of the information technology skills of Australian school students
D Meredyth, N Russell, L Blackwood, J Thomas, P Wise
Australian Commonwealth Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, 1999
‘Distancers’ and ‘non‐distancers’? The potential social psychological impact of moralizing COVID‐19 mitigating practices on sustained behaviour change
AMB Prosser, M Judge, JW Bolderdijk, L Blackwood, T Kurz
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 653-662, 2020
Turning the analytic gaze on “us”
L Blackwood, N Hopkins, S Reicher
European psychologist, 2013
Choosing between conciliatory and oppositional leaders: The role of out‐group signals and in‐group leader candidates' collective action tactics
L Blackwood, W Louis
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (3), 320-336, 2017
Putting the group back into unions: A social psychological contribution to understanding union support
L Blackwood, G Lafferty, J Duck, D Terry
The journal of industrial relations 45 (4), 485-504, 2003
Prejudiced attitudes, group norms, and discriminatory behaviour
DJ Terry, L Blackwood, MA Hogg, D Johnson
International journal of psychology 35 (3/4), 222-222, 2000
Speaking for others: The pros and cons of group advocates using collective language
MJ Hornsey, L Blackwood, A O’brien
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 8 (3), 245-257, 2005
The need to refocus on the group as the site of radicalization
LGE Smith, L Blackwood, EF Thomas
Perspectives on psychological science 15 (2), 327-352, 2020
Divided by a common language?: conceptualising identity, discrimination, and alienation
LM Blackwood, NP Hopkins, SD Reicher
Restoring civil societies, 2012
Policing airport spaces: The Muslim experience of scrutiny
L Blackwood
Policing: a journal of policy and practice 9 (3), 255-264, 2015
Unions and union membership in New Zealand: Annual review for 2004
L Blackwood, G Feinberg-Danieli, G Lafferty
Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand, 2004
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