Frank Mols
Frank Mols
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Queensland
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Why a nudge is not enough: A social identity critique of governance by stealth
F Mols, SA Haslam, J Jetten, NK Steffens
European Journal of Political Research 54 (1), 81-98, 2015
Explaining the appeal of populist right‐wing parties in times of economic prosperity
F Mols, J Jetten
Political Psychology 37 (2), 275-292, 2016
Relative deprivation and relative wealth enhances anti-immigrant sentiments: The v-curve re-examined
J Jetten, F Mols, T Postmes
PloS one 10 (10), e0139156, 2015
True to what we stand for: Championing collective interests as a path to authentic leadership
NK Steffens, F Mols, SA Haslam, TG Okimoto
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (5), 726-744, 2016
“Our country needs a strong leader right now”: Economic inequality enhances the wish for a strong leader
S Sprong, J Jetten, Z Wang, K Peters, F Mols, M Verkuyten, B Bastian, ...
Psychological science 30 (11), 1625-1637, 2019
No guts, no glory: How framing the collective past paves the way for anti-immigrant sentiments
F Mols, J Jetten
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 43, 74-86, 2014
A social identity analysis of responses to economic inequality
J Jetten, Z Wang, NK Steffens, F Mols, K Peters, M Verkuyten
Current opinion in psychology 18, 1-5, 2017
“Fear of falling”: Economic instability enhances collective angst among societies’ wealthy class
J Jetten, F Mols, N Healy, R Spears
Journal of Social Issues 73 (1), 61-79, 2017
How economic inequality fuels the rise and persistence of the Yellow Vest movement
J Jetten, F Mols, HP Selvanathan
International Review of Social Psychology 33 (1), 2, 2020
The wealth paradox: Economic prosperity and the hardening of attitudes
F Mols, J Jetten
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Persuasion as governance: A state‐centric relational perspective
S Bell, A Hindmoor, F Mols
Public Administration 88 (3), 851-870, 2010
Our followers are lions, theirs are sheep: How social identity shapes theories about followership and social influence
NK Steffens, SA Haslam, J Jetten, F Mols
Political Psychology 39 (1), 23-42, 2018
Knowing me, knowing us: Personal and collective self-awareness enhances authentic leadership and leader endorsement
NK Steffens, N Wolyniec, TG Okimoto, F Mols, SA Haslam, AA Kay
The Leadership Quarterly 32 (6), 101498, 2021
Consequences of economic inequality for the social and political vitality of society: A social identity analysis
J Jetten, K Peters, B Álvarez, BGS Casara, M Dare, K Kirkland, ...
Political Psychology 42, 241-266, 2021
Understanding support for populist radical right parties: Toward a model that captures both demand- and supply-side factors
F Mols, J Jetten
Frontiers in Communication 5, 83, 2020
What makes a frame persuasive? Lessons from social identity theory
F Mols
Evidence & Policy 8 (3), 329-345, 2012
Laying Sound Foundations for Social Identity Theory‐Inspired European Union Attitude Research: Beyond Attachment and Deeply Rooted Identities
F Mols, M Weber
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 51 (3), 505-521, 2013
The language of inequality: Evidence economic inequality increases wealth category salience
K Peters, J Jetten, P Tanjitpiyanond, Z Wang, F Mols, M Verkuyten
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (8), 1204-1219, 2022
EU identification and endorsement in context: The importance of regional identity salience
F Mols, J Jetten, SA Haslam
JCMS: journal of common market studies 47 (3), 601-623, 2009
Responding to climate change disaster
J Jetten, KS Fielding, CR Crimston, F Mols, SA Haslam
European Psychologist, 2021
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