M. Firat MSc (Mustafa)
PhD candidate - Radboud Social Cultural Research
PhD candidate - Sociology
Thomas van Aquinostraat 4
6525 GD NIJMEGEN
Working days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Mustafa has an MA and MSc in psychology from Bogazici University (Turkey) and the University of Alberta (Canada). His past research concerns the psychology of intergroup relations, migration and integration. His current research concerns the sociology of old-age inequality, with interest in the impact of work, family and health trajectories on post-retirement economic, social, and psychological well-being across Europe.
- Firat, M., & Ataca, B. (2023). Toward whom does intergroup contact reduce prejudice? Exploring national majorities’ prejudice toward ethnic and migrant minorities. The Journal of Social Psychology, 163(4), 537-553. Full text
- Firat, M., & Noels, K. (2022). Perceived discrimination and psychological distress among immigrants to Canada: The mediating role of bicultural identity orientations. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 25(4), 941-963. Full text
- Firat, M., Noels, K. A., & Lou, N. M. (2022). Self-determined motivation in language learning beyond the classroom: Interpersonal, intergroup, and intercultural processes. In J. Mynard & S. Shelton-Strong (Eds.), Autonomy support beyond the language learning classroom: A self-determination theory perspective (pp. 133-148). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters. Full text
- Firat, M., & Ataca, B. (2022). Does perceived cultural distance mediate the relationship between intergroup contact and support for refugee rights? A preliminary investigation. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 32(1), 57-72. Full text
- Firat, M., & Ataca, B. (2020). When does imagined contact reduce prejudice? No evidence that ingroup identification moderates the imagined contact effect. Social Psychology, 51(4), 254-266. Full text
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