The demonization action

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Patterns of Prejudice is a peer reviewed, international journal published five times a year.

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The journal provides a forum for exploring the historical roots and contemporary varieties of social exclusion and the demonization or stigmatization of racial, ethnic, national or religious Others across the world. As an interdisciplinary journal, Patterns of Prejudice aims to be accessible to a large and diverse academic and professional audience, including those working across the whole spectrum of Humanities and Social Science subjects.

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For this reason, we discourage the submission of articles—written for a specialist audience—that use specialized terminology or complex statistical computations. The views expressed in the journal are those of the individual authors. Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal.

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Browse this journal. Aims and scope Patterns of Prejudice is a peer reviewed, international journal published five times a year. Contributions The editors welcome the submission of articles for publication in Patterns of Prejudice.

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These should be between and words. In exceptional cases, longer articles will be considered. In the first instance, please send submissions electronically as attachments to Barbara Rosenbaum at:. Peer Review Policy All articles published in this journal have undergone initial editorial screening and anonymous double-blind peer review.

The demonization action

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