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In-text: (Brewer and Gross, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Brewer, P. and Gross, K., 2005. Values, Framing, and Citizens' Thoughts about Policy Issues: Effects on Content and Quantity. Political Psychology, 26(6), pp.929-948.
In-text: (Callaghan and Schnell, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Callaghan, K. and Schnell, F., 2005. Framing American politics. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.
In-text: (Callaghan, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Callaghan, K., 2005. Conclusion: Controversies and New Directions in Framing Research. In: K. Callaghan and F. Schnell, ed., Framing American Politics, 1st ed. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp.179-190.
In-text: (Cikara, Botvinick and Fiske, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Cikara, M., Botvinick, M. and Fiske, S., 2011. Us Versus Them: Social Identity Shapes Neural Responses to Intergroup Competition and Harm. Psychological Science, 22(3), pp.306-313.
In-text: (Green, Sarrasin, Fasel and Staerklé, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Green, E., Sarrasin, O., Fasel, N. and Staerklé, C., 2011. Nationalism and patriotism as predictors of immigration attitudes in Switzerland: A municipality-level analysis. Swiss Political Science Review, 17(4), pp.369-393.
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