Jonathan Hall

researcher at Department of Peace and Conflict Research

Email:
jonathan.hall[AT-sign]pcr.uu.se
Telephone:
+4618-471 7596
Visiting address:
Gamla Torget 3, 1tr
753 20 Uppsala
Postal address:
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

Short presentation

I use mixed-methods – including lab-in-the-field experiments, survey experiments, surveys and interviews – to examine the impact of war and displacement on individuals’ political psychology.

Keywords: trust resilience refugees transitional justice social capital altruism exposure to violence reconciliation war trauma displacement

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Research

My current research examines how trust and altruism are shaped by the experience of war and displacement. Existing research in war-affected societies largely finds that war enhances parochial trust and altruism. However, in the wake of mass violence and displacement large refugee populations reside outside war-affected states. What impact do host country environments have on the social preferences of refugees? This research examines new data collected through field experiments with refugees from Syria and Iraq living in Turkey and Sweden.My current research examines how trust and altruism are shaped by the experience of war and displacement. Existing research in war-affected societies largely finds that war enhances parochial trust and altruism. However, in the wake of mass violence and displacement large refugee populations reside outside war-affected states. What impact do host country environments have on the social preferences of refugees? This research examines new data collected through field experiments with refugees from Syria and Iraq living in Turkey and Sweden.

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