Our research addresses a range of topics around the core themes of social identity, group processes, and intergroup relations.

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Our approach

We use a wide variety of research methods in our work, ranging from ethnography and participant observation, through interviews and large-scale surveys, to lab-based experiments.

We also use a wide variety of analytic techniques, ranging from qualitative approaches such as rhetorical analysis and forms of thematic analysis, through to quantitative approaches such as general linear models, multi-level models, and structural equation modelling.

We believe that methodological pluralism is important for developing a good understanding of the phenomena we study.

Topics we study include: