30. Wagoner, B. & Power, S.A. (in press). Social Change. In Vlad Glaveanu (Eds). Encyclopedia of the Possible. Palgrave. London.  


29. Power, S.A., & Jindra, M. (in press). The Equality – Difference Paradox: National policies on pluralism. In Fathali M. Moghaddam and Margaret J. Hendricks (Eds). Immigrants: Psychological Perspectives. APA Press.


28. Power, S.A. (2021). Revisiting the crowd: Peaceful assembly in Irish water protests. Culture & Psychology. Online First. 


27. Power, S.A., Mandalaywala, T. and Kay, A. (2021). An investigation of perceptions of (un)just systems: Tests of rationalization in the context of Irish austerity measures. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. Vol 21 (1), 49 – 57.


26. Rao, N. & Power, S.A. (2021). “Communities change when individuals change:” The sustainability of system challenging collective action. European Journal of Social Psychology.

25. Schmidt, D. & Power, S.A. (2020). World Offline: The internet as social infrastructure among the unconnected in quasi-rural Illinois. Integrative Psychology & Behavioral Science . Online First. 


24. Power, S.A. (2020). The psychology of social change: Rallies, Riots, & Revolutions. Current Opinion in Psychology, 35, v-x.


23. Power, S.A., Madsen, T. & Morton, T. (2020). Relative Deprivation & Revolt: Current and Future Directions. Current Opinion in Psychology, 35, 119 – 124.


22. Obradovic, S., Power, S.A., & Sheehy-Skeffington, J. (2020). Understanding the psychological appeal of populism. Current Opinion in Psychology, 35, 125 – 131.


21. Velez, G. & Power, S.A. (2020). Teaching students how to think, not what to think: Pedagogy and political psychology. Journal of Social and Political Psychology. 8(1), 388-403.


20. Power, S.A. and Velez, G. (2020). The MOVE Framework: Meanings, Observations, Viewpoints, and Experiences in processes of social change. Review of General Psychology. Online First.


19. Power S.A. (2020). Why a richer world will have more civic discontent: The Infinity Theory of Social Movements. Review of General Psychology. Online First.


18. Power, S.A. (2018). Expanding the Deprivation – Protest Paradox: The tipping point theory of civic unrest [response]. Current Anthropology. 59, (6), 783 – 789.


17. Power, S.A. (2018). The Deprivation – Protest Paradox: How the perception of unfair economic inequality leads to civic unrest [Lead article with commentaries]. Current Anthropology. 59, (6), 765 - 782. 


16. Power, S.A. (2018). Actual Democracy and a United Europe of States: A case study of Austerity and Protest in the Republic of Ireland. In Brady Wagoner, Ignacio Brescó, and Vlad Glaveanu (Eds). The Road to Actualized Democracy: A Psychological Perspective (pp. 147 – 164). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.


15. Power, S.A. (2018). Remembering and Imagining in Human Development: Fairness and Social Movements in Ireland. In Constance de Saint-Laurent, Sandra Obradovic, and Kevin Carriere (Eds). Imagining Collective Futures: Perspectives from Social, Cultural and Political Psychology (pp. 221 – 235). Palgrave Macmillan: UK.


14. Power, S.A. (2018). Economic Inequality and the Rise of Civic Discontent: Remembering and Deprivation in the Republic of Ireland. In Brady Wagoner, Fathali Moghaddam and Jaan Valsiner (Eds). The Psychology of Radical Social Change: From Rage to Revolution (pp. 29 – 53). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

13. Power, S.A., Velez, G., Qadafi, A. and Tennant, J. (2018). The SAGE Model of Social Psychological Research. Perspectives on Psychological Science. Vol. 13 (3) 359-372. 

12. Power, S.A. (2017). From the elites to the streets: The psychology of democracy and economic inequality. University of Chicago, Chicago, USA. 

11. Power, S. A. (2016). A Violent Past but a Peaceful Present: The Cultural Psychology of an Irish Recession. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol. 22 (1), 60 – 66.


10. Power, S.A. (2015).  To Understand the Eurozone Crisis, Consider Culture. Chicago Booth Review. (p.63- 65).


9. Warren, Z. and Power, S.A. (2015). It’s Contagious: Rethinking a Metaphor Dialogically. Culture & Psychology. Vol. 21 (3), 359 – 379.


8. Power. S. A. (2014). Humans as Objects: Processes, Predictions and Problems. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. Vol. 20 (4), 593-594.


7. Power, S.A. (2014). Where I end, where you begin. Science. Vol. 345, (6194), 262.


6. Power, S.A. (2014). Powerful Ideas: Cultural Psychology and the Transformation of Societies. Ethos: Journal for Psychological Anthropology. Vol., 42 (2), E6-E9.


5. Shweder, R.A. and Power, S.A. (2013). Robust Cultural Pluralism: An Interview with Professor Richard A. Shweder. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, Vol. 9 (4), 671-686.


4. Power, S.A. (2013). Continuing the Dialogue. Theory & Psychology, Vol. 23 (1), 140-142. 


3. Power, S.A. (2011). Towards a Dialogical Model of Conflict Resolution. Psychology and Society, Vol. 4 (1), 53-66.


2. Power, S.A. and Peterson, L. (2011). Theorizing Propaganda: Extending Kohl (2011). Psychology & Society, Vol. 4 (1), 27-30.


1. Power, S.A. (2011). On Social Psychology and Conflict Resolution. Psychology & Society, Vol. 4 (1), 1-6.