Call for papers
Peace and Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology
When hurting helps: The role of well-being in engagement with, and desistance from, collective wrongdoing
It is well-documented that harm-doing is painful for the victims, in work ranging from minority stress (e.g., Meyer, 1995) to genocide (e.g., Staub, 2003). This special issue brings a new focus on perpetrators, aiming to illuminate the association between their harm-doing and their well-being, and the processes through which people engage and disengage from harm-doing.
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