Sigrun Marie Moss
Sigrun Marie Moss
Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
Verified email at psykologi.uio.no
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Doing research in conflict contexts: Practical and ethical challenges for researchers when conducting fieldwork.
SM Moss, ÖM Uluğ, YG Acar
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 25 (1), 86, 2019
472019
Beyond conflict and spoilt identities: How Rwandan leaders justify a single recategorization model for post-conflict reconciliation
SM Moss
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 2 (1), 435-449, 2014
382014
You can’t give a syringe with unity”: Rwandan responses to the government’s single recategorization policies
SM Moss, JR Vollhardt
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 16 (1), 325-359, 2016
262016
“We are all Zanzibari!” Identity formation and political reconciliation in Zanzibar
SM Moss, K Tronvoll
Journal of Eastern African Studies 9 (1), 91-109, 2015
172015
Identity hierarchy within the Sudanese superordinate identity: Political leadership promoting and demoting subordinate groups
SM Moss
Political Psychology 38 (6), 925-942, 2017
122017
“Country first, politics later” reasons for dual recategorization in Zanzibari narratives.
SM Moss
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 22 (4), 318, 2016
92016
Inter-organizational learning within an organization? Mainstreaming gender policies in the Swedish ministry of foreign affairs
MCW Solheim, SM Moss
The Learning Organization, 2021
62021
Researching Peace, Conflict, and Power in the Field: Methodological Challenges and Opportunities
YG Acar, SM Moss, ÖM Uluğ
Springer Nature, 2020
42020
Leadership strategies of mobilisation and demobilisation in Sudan
SM Moss
The Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7 (2), 997-1020, 2019
42019
Negotiations of identities in Rwanda, Zanzibar and Sudan: Macro-level identity approaches and micro-level responses
SM Moss
NTNU, 2015
42015
“Everybody Needs to Do Their Part, So We Can Get This Under Control.” Reactions to the Norwegian Government Meta‐Narratives on COVID‐19 Measures
SM Moss, EM Sandbakken
Political Psychology, 2021
32021
Gender equality and nation branding in the Nordic region
E Larsen, SM Moss, I Skjelsbæk
Taylor & Francis, 2021
32021
Militæraktivisme brandet som fredsaktivisme? Norges kampanje for en plass i FNs sikkerhetsråd
SM Moss, M Langford
Internasjonal Politikk-Skandinavisk tidsskrift for internasjonale studier 78 (3), 2020
32020
Keepers of local know-how in conflict: Conversations between research assistant and researcher
SM Moss, HM Hajj
Researching Peace, Conflict, and Power in the Field, 29-48, 2020
32020
From political to national identity in Zanzibar. Narratives on changes in social practices
SM Moss
Identity Revisited and Reimagined, 169-186, 2017
32017
Representations of social identities in Rwanda
SM Moss
Understanding peace and conflict through social identity theory, 199-213, 2016
22016
The Ethics of Researching and Writing About Collective Victimhood in Postconflict Societies
SM Moss
The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood, 421, 2020
12020
Intercultural attention in trauma treatment: Western trauma treatment negotiated and modified in Sudan
M Røren, R Jessen, SA Divon, SM Moss
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 70, 67-77, 2019
12019
Sosialpsykologiske perspektiver på kommunesammenslåingsprosesser: Rekategorisering og truede sosiale identiteter
SM Moss
Distriktssenteret. https://distriktssenteret. no/wpcontent/uploads/2014/06 …, 2014
12014
“I could have been dead”: Counterfactual thinking and posttraumatic stress disorder in individuals directly exposed to the 2011 Oslo bombing.
SM Moss, MI Hauge, I Blix, T Heir
Traumatology, 2021
2021
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