A few years ago, I collaborated in a research project coordinated by Denis Sindic (who at the time was a colleague at ICS). The research project was about the strategic and politicized use of immigrant stereotypes by members of the Portuguese host society. The goal was to demonstrate that stereotypes strategically vary to support political arguments and mobilize others towards one’s political position. Recently, a paper containing two experimental studies from this research project was published at Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. The paper was mostly a tour de force by Denis, but it was co-authored by Rita Morais, myself, Olivier Klein and Manuela Barreto. Check out the paper here.