His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Social dominance theory, Social dominance orientation, Social identity theory and Developmental psychology. His Ethnic group research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. His Social dominance theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dominance and Validity.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Ideology under Social dominance orientation, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Social equality, Conservatism, Civilization and Nation state. His Social identity theory research integrates issues from Gender studies and Prejudice. His Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Redress, Interpersonal relationship and Personality.
James H. Liu mostly deals with Social psychology, Gender studies, Politics, Social identity theory and Social science. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social dominance orientation and Social dominance theory. James H. Liu works mostly in the field of Gender studies, limiting it down to topics relating to Ethnic group and, in certain cases, Treaty of Waitangi.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Politics, narrowing it down to issues related to the Political economy, and often Democracy. His research in Social identity theory intersects with topics in Social representation, Cultural identity and Identity formation. His work focuses on many connections between Social science and other disciplines, such as World history, that overlap with his field of interest in World War II.
Social psychology, Politics, Political economy, Social media and Ideology are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from East Asia, Social dominance orientation, Globalization, National identity and Measurement invariance. His study looks at the relationship between Social dominance orientation and fields such as Developing country, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His research in Politics intersects with topics in Scale, Typology and Mediation. His work in Political economy tackles topics such as Democracy which are related to areas like Context and National identification. The Ideology study which covers Parochialism that intersects with Government, Ingroups and outgroups and Outgroup.
James H. Liu focuses on Social psychology, Political economy, Social media, Structure and East Asia. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Content and Politics. James H. Liu has researched Political economy in several fields, including Radical right, Voting and Selection.
His work carried out in the field of Social media brings together such families of science as Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory, Public trust, Public relations and Comparative research. Economy, Measurement invariance, Reflection, Power structure and China are fields of study that intersect with his Structure research.
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How the past weighs on the present : Social representations of history and their role in identity politics
James H. Liu;Denis J. Hilton.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2005)
Reliability and Validity of the Revised Experiences in Close Relationships (ECR-R) Self-Report Measure of Adult Romantic Attachment
Chris G. Sibley;Ronald Fischer;James H. Liu.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2005)
Distance Matters: Physical Space and Social Impact
Bibb Latané;James H. Liu;Andrzej Nowak;Michael Bonevento.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1995)
Short-term temporal stability and factor structure of the revised experiences in close relationships (ECR-R) measure of adult attachment
Chris G. Sibley;James H. Liu.
Personality and Individual Differences (2004)
Social dominance orientation, anti-egalitarianism and the political psychology of gender: An extension and cross-cultural replication.
Jim Sidanius;Shana Levin;James Liu;Felicia Pratto.
European Journal of Social Psychology (2000)
Social Dominance Orientation and the Legitimization of Inequality Across Cultures
Felicia Pratto;James H. Liu;Shana Levin;Jim Sidanius.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (2000)
Social Dominance Orientation, Hierarchy Attenuators and Hierarchy Enhancers: Social Dominance Theory and the Criminal Justice System
Jim Sidanius;James H. Liu;John S. Shaw;Felicia Pratto.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1994)
Social identity and the perception of history: Cultural representations of Aotearoa/New Zealand.
James H. Liu;James H. Liu;Marc Stewart Wilson;John McClure;Te Ripowai Higgins.
European Journal of Social Psychology (1999)
A Narrative Theory of History and Identity
James H. Liu;János László.
Measuring emergent social phenomena: Dynamism, polarization, and clustering as order parameters of social systems.
Bibb Latané;Andrzej Nowak;James H. Liu.
Systems Research and Behavioral Science (1994)
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