Politics and Psychology: A Two-Way Street
Long before social psychology became a science, political philosophers sought an answer to the question, What is the social nature of man? They well knew, as Vico (1725) observed, that “governments must conform to the nature of the men governed” (G. Allport, 1954, p. 3).
KeywordsBehavior Setting Personal Character Political Behavior Political World Political Psychology
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