Rashmi Nair
Rashmi Nair
Ashoka Univeristy
Verified email at ashoka.edu.in
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Inclusive victim consciousness predicts minority group members’ support for refugees and immigrants
JR Vollhardt, R Nair, LR Tropp
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 46 (6), 354-368, 2016
The two‐sided nature of individual and intragroup experiences in the aftermath of collective victimization: Findings from four diaspora groups
JR Vollhardt, R Nair
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (4), 412-432, 2018
Intersectional consciousness in collective victim beliefs: Perceived intragroup differences among disadvantaged groups
R Nair, JR Vollhardt
Political Psychology 40 (5), 917-934, 2019
Intersectionality and relations between oppressed groups: Intergroup implications of beliefs about intersectional differences and commonalities
R Nair, JR Vollhardt
Journal of Social Issues 76 (4), 993-1013, 2020
Dynamics of group and intergroup relations
LB Mazur, JRVR Nair
Norms, Groups, Conflict, and Social Change, 159-186, 2017
Examining Collective Victim Beliefs Using Intersectionality
R Nair, M Okuyan, N Curtin
The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood, 252, 2020
Trends in youth victimization and well-being, and implications for youth policy
LM Jones, D Finkelhor, R Nair, M Collett
New England Journal of Public Policy 25 (1), 4, 2013
Examining collective victim beliefs using intersectionality
R Nair, M Okuyan, N Curtin
The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood, 252-274, 0
Field Research on Collective Victimization in the Indian Subcontinent: Challenges and Strategies for Navigation
R Nair, S Majumdar
Researching Peace, Conflict, and Power in the Field, 173-195, 2020
Youth at Risk: Part 1, 2012 Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar
LM Jones, R Borges-Mendez, J Wolak, DA Hines, ME Collett, L Denhardt, ...
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