John Dixon
John Dixon
Professor of Social Psychology, The Open University
Verified email at open.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Displacing place‐identity: a discursive approach to locating self and other
J Dixon, K Durrheim
British journal of social psychology 39 (1), 27-44, 2000
7382000
Beyond the optimal contact strategy: a reality check for the contact hypothesis.
J Dixon, K Durrheim, C Tredoux
American Psychologist 60 (7), 697, 2005
6722005
Beyond prejudice: Are negative evaluations the problem and is getting us to like one another more the solution?
J Dixon, M Levine, S Reicher, K Durrheim
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35, 411-425, 2012
3002012
Contact and the ecology of racial division: Some varieties of informal segregation
J Dixon, K Durrheim
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (1), 1-23, 2003
2772003
Dislocating identity: Desegregation and the transformation of place
J Dixon, K Durrheim
Journal of Environmental Psychology 24 (4), 455-473, 2004
2592004
Intergroup contact and attitudes toward the principle and practice of racial equality
J Dixon, K Durrheim, C Tredoux
Psychological Science 18 (10), 867, 2007
2582007
Let Them Eat Harmony
J Dixon, LR Tropp, K Durrheim, C Tredoux
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (2), 76, 2010
2232010
A paradox of integration? Interracial contact, prejudice reduction, and perceptions of racial discrimination
J Dixon, K Durrheim, C Tredoux, L Tropp, B Clack, L Eaton
Journal of Social Issues 66 (2), 401-416, 2010
1732010
Racial encounter: The social psychology of contact and desegregation
K Durrheim, JA Dixon
Psychology Pr, 2005
172*2005
Foxes, green fields and Britishness: The rhetorical construction of place and national identity
J Wallwork, JA Dixon
British Journal of Social Psychology 43, 1-19, 2004
1482004
The role of place and metaphor in racial exclusion: South Africa's beaches as sites of shifting racialization
K Durrheim, J Dixon
Ethnic and Racial Studies 24 (3), 433-450, 2001
1422001
Attitudes in the fiber of everyday life: The discourse of racial evaluation and the lived experience of desegregation.
K Durrheim, J Dixon
American Psychologist 59 (7), 626, 2004
1272004
Accents of Guilt?
JA Dixon, B Mahoney, R Cocks
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 21 (2), 162-168, 2002
1272002
Locating impropriety: street drinking, moral order, and the ideological dilemma of public space
J Dixon, M Levine, R McAuley
Political Psychology 27 (2), 187-206, 2006
1262006
Eating together apart: patterns of segregation in a multi‐ethnic cafeteria
B Clack, J Dixon, C Tredoux
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 15 (1), 1-16, 2005
1112005
Intergroup contact and desegregation in the new South Africa
JA Dixon, S Reicher
British Journal of Social Psychology 36 (3), 361-381, 1997
1101997
Contact and Boundaries
J Dixon
Theory & psychology 11 (5), 587, 2001
1072001
Racial contact and change in South Africa
K Durrheim, J Dixon
Journal of Social Issues 66 (2), 273-288, 2010
982010
Space, place, and identity: issues for political psychology
N Hopkins, J Dixon
Political Psychology 27 (2), 173-185, 2006
962006
On Discourse and Dirty Nappies
J Dixon, M Wetherell
Theory & Psychology 14 (2), 167-189, 2004
952004
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