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Abstract


THE EFFECT OF THE MINORITIES IN SWITZERLAND ON PUBLIC POLICIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
An individual perceives as a threat when the environment changes that s/he is accustomed. The perceived threat is reflected in ‘the other’ because it cannot be caused by ‘us’. The global economic crisis in 2008 also affected Switzerland and this led to a decline in perceived prosperity in everyday life. In the Swiss case, it was considered that various minority rights violations, particularly in 2009, were due to the danger of the perceived level of prosperity by Swiss citizens. The process of violating these minority rights has been tried to be interpreted with the help of the concept of Political Psychology. In the study, it was stated that the psychology of the victim created within the Muslim minority would be easily adopted by the Muslim minority group and the gap between “us” and “the other” would increase. In terms of public security policies, the existence of different groups within society affects the domestic security policies of the states. As the gap between “us” and “the other” increases, aggressive feelings will increase and will have a negative impact on the welfare of the country in terms of public security. In addition, as a result of different groups perceiving each other as a threat, the unrest in the society will increase. Political Psychology examines the selected trauma and selected victories based on the psychology of groups and tries to analyze how the group behaves in the face of any event. It expresses how concepts such as identity, politics, ethnicity, gender, religion are interpreted by different groups. The aim of this study is to express the political practices towards the minorities in Switzerland and to put forward the ways of these practices evaluating as a threat to public safety.

Keywords
Political Psychology, Minorities, Switzerland, Public Security, Otherization


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