Afterword: For Inspiration and the Future
Our Handbook is intended to address a gap in the political psychology literature by highlighting key developments in the research agenda of European and international scholars. By the time our readers reach this afterword, we hope they will share our view that variety in the epistemological approaches, theories and methodologies we use, as well as the contexts we study, can only enrich our field.
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