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 Forthcoming Book on Authoritarianism
Posted by: Robert L. Dipboye
Title/Position: Professor Emeritus of Psychology
School/Organization: University of Central Florida
Sent to listserv of: SESP, SPSSI
Date posted: February 16th, 2024

I am pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Authoritarianism in the American South. In a unique interdisciplinary application of contemporary social psychological theory and research to the interpretation of history, the book traces the evolution of southern authoritarianism from the founding of Virginia in 1606 to the secession of the Confederate states in 1861. In doing so, it examines how belief systems become embedded in a society, act as both consequences and causes of historical events, and have effects that reverberate far into the future.

Attachment: Dipboye Authoritarianism in the American South.pdf

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