Bibliography: Identity

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Jay, S., A. Batruch, J. Jetten, C. McGarty and O. Muldoon (2017). ‘Economic inequality and the rise of far?right populism: A social psychological analysis’. JCASP 29: 418–428.
Jetten, J., Z. Wang, N. Steffens, F. Mols, K. Peters and M. Verkuyten (2017). ‘A social identity analysis of responses to economic inequality’. Current Opinion in Psychology 18: 1–5.
Kraus, M., J.W. Park and J. Tan (2017). ‘Signs of Social Class: The Experience of Economic Inequality in Everyday Life’. Perspectives on Psychological Science 12.3: 422–435.
Flohr, M. (2016). ‘Constructing Occupational Identities in the Roman World’, in K. Verboven and C. Laes (eds), Work, labour and professions in the Roman World. Leiden: Brill, 147–172.
Flohr, M. (2013). ‘Ulula, quinquatrus and the occupational identity of fullones in early imperial Italy’, in M. Gleba and J. Pasztokai-Szeöke (eds), Making Textiles in pre-Roman and Roman Times: People, Places, Identities. Oxford: Oxbow, 192–207.
Koortbojian, M. (2008). ‘The double Identity of Roman Portrait Statues: Costumes and Their Symbolism at Rome’, in J. Edmondson and A. Keith (eds), Roman dress and the fabrics of Roman culture. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 71–93.
Salvaterra, C. (2006). ‘Labour and Identity in the Roman World. Italian Historiography during the last two Decades’, in B. Waaldijk (ed.), Professions and social identity: new european historical research on work, gender and society. Pisa: Pisa University Press, 15–38.
Waaldijk, B. (2006). Professions and social identity: new european historical research on work, gender and society. Pisa: Pisa University Press.