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B.M. (Bart) Kranenborg, MSc

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When and how do people initiate and plan collective action (e.g., social protest) through group-based interaction over time? While the roles of various factors that incite collective action have been assessed, no research thus far combines all ingredients necessary for collective action to emerge into one research design. I will attempt to do so, using a novel research paradigm, the Groningen Simulated Society Paradigm (GSSP). By combining social interactional and longitudinal elements to this group-based experiment, I will analyse how social interactions about various forms of injustice (e.g. structural, situational, (ir)relevant to identity and morality) lead to the initiation and planning of collective action behaviour.
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