Biography

See https://www.michaelquayle.net for more up-to-date information.
Broadly, my research explores the politics of identity, and how the local and immediate concerns of identity enactment can impact on broader socio-political processes. More specifically, I explore identity in gender and masculinity, race and racism, social identity and intergroup relations, identity and health, and stereotype threat.

Currently I am working on a network theory of attitudes funded by an ERC Starter award to consider how shared attitudes link people into groups, and people simultaneously link attitudes into groups.

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Women's Ideals for Masculinity Across Social Contexts: Patriarchal Agentic Masculinity is Valued in Work, Family, and Romance but Communal Masculinity in Friendship

Prof. Michael Quayle
2018
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Making consultation meaningful: Insights from a case study of the South African mental health policy consultation process

Prof. Michael Quayle
2020
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Stereotyping by omission and commission: Creating distinctive gendered spectacles in the televised coverage of the 2015 Australian Open men’s and women’s tennis singles semi-finals and finals

Prof. Michael Quayle
2017
SAGE Publications Ltd
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Stakeholder views of ethical guidance regarding prevention and care in HIV vaccine trials

Prof. Michael Quayle
2014
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The dynamic emergence of cooperative norms in a social dilemma

Prof. Michael Quayle
2019
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Investigating the Evolution of Ingroup Favoritism Using a Minimal Group Interaction Paradigm: The Effects of Inter- and Intragroup Interdependence

Prof. Michael Quayle
2016
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The role of access to information in enabling transparency and public participation in governance - a case study of access to policy consultation records in South Africa

Prof. Michael Quayle
2017
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Local Knowledge and Experiences of Vaccination: Implications for HIV-Preventive Vaccine Trials in South Africa

Prof. Michael Quayle
2007
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Stereotyping by omission and commission: Creating distinctive gendered spectacles in the televised coverage of the 2015 Australian Open men's and women's tennis singles semi-finals and finals

Prof. Michael Quayle
2019
LONDON
SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
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"It's just heart breaking": Doing inclusive political solidarity or ambivalent paternalism through sympathetic discourse within the "refugee crisis" debate

Prof. Michael Quayle
2017
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The Perils of Being a Nice Guy: Contextual Variation in Five Young Women's Constructions of Acceptable Hegemonic and Alternative Masculinities

Prof. Michael Quayle
2010
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Beyond the Checklist: Assessing Understanding for HIV Vaccine Trial Participation in South Africa

Prof. Michael Quayle
2006
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Mapping public health responses with attitude networks: the emergence of opinion-based groups in the UK’s early COVID-19 response phase

Dr. Paul Maher
Prof. Michael Quayle
2020
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Mapping the landscape of physical education external provision in Irish primary schools

Prof. Michael Quayle
2020
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Social Risk and Attribution: How Considering the Social Risk of Attributions Can Improve the Performance of Kelley's ANOVA Model in Applied Research

Prof. Michael Quayle
2012
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Stakeholder perspectives on ethical challenges in HIV vaccine trials in South Africa

Prof. Michael Quayle
2010
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Continuity in the face of change: Identifying three strategies for constructing stable masculinity in liminality

Prof. Michael Quayle
2018
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Divide and rule, unite and resist: Contact, collective action and policy attitudes amongst historically disadvantaged groups

Prof. Michael Quayle
2015
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Mapping the state of the field of social psychology in Africa and patterns of collaboration between African and international social psychologists

Prof. Michael Quayle
2014
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Multiracial families and contact theory in South Africa : does direct and extended contact facilitated by multiracial families predict reduced prejudice?

Prof. Michael Quayle
2011
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The resilience of regional African HIV/AIDS research networks to the withdrawal of international authors in the subfield of public administration and governance: lessons for funders and collaborators

Prof. Michael Quayle
Assoc. Prof. Maura Adshead
2018
DORDRECHT
SPRINGER
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A Coauthorship Analysis of Internationalization in Political Psychology Through the Lens of ISPP Dissemination Activities

Prof. Michael Quayle
2020
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Predicting support for racial transformation policies: Intergroup threat, racial prejudice, sense of group entitlement and strength of identification

Prof. Michael Quayle
2011
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When the chips are down: Social and technical aspects of computer failure and repair

Prof. Michael Quayle
2006
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Denying racism: Discursive strategies used by the South African media

Prof. Michael Quayle
2005
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The romantic imperative: discourses of romance and heterosexual marriage

Prof. Michael Quayle
2019
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The Struggle for the Nature of "Prejudice": "Prejudice" Expression as Identity Performance

Prof. Michael Quayle
2016
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Challenging the Stubborn Core of Opposition to Equality: Racial Contact and Policy Attitudes

Prof. Michael Quayle
2010
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Producing expertise and achieving attribution in the context of computer support

Prof. Michael Quayle
2008
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Predicting support for racial transformation policies: Intergroup threat, racial prejudice, sense of group entitlement and strength of identification

Prof. Michael Quayle
2009
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Hegemonic masculinity: combining theory and practice in gender interventions

Prof. Michael Quayle
2015
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Agreement threshold on Axelrod's model of cultural dissemination

Dr. Paul Maher
Prof. Michael Quayle
2020
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Whiteness, racism, and Afrikaner identity in post-apartheid South Africa

Prof. Michael Quayle
2012
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Hunger for knowledge: Food insecurity among students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal

Prof. Michael Quayle
2013
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