Members of ILSCR at the XVI April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development
On April 7th – 10th HSE hosted the XVI April international conference on economic and social development.The conference is cross-disciplinary, and members of various fields and disciplines participate. Members of ILSCR participated in the organization of three sessions of the “Sociocultural processes” section and delivered the following talks.
1. Economic psychology session
"Mutual Intercultural Relations in Plural Societies"
C. Ward J. Wilson "Testing the Multiculturalism Hypothesis: Perceived Threat and Cultural Ideologies as Predictors of Attitudes toward Ethnic Out-groups in a Plural Society"
R. Vetik "Acculturation as Positioning in Social Field: a Relational Acculturation Model"
, I. Plotka "Motivation for ethno-cultural continuity and acculturation strategies among two generations of Russians in Latvia"
, "Testing Three Hypotheses of Intercultural Relations in Russia and Latvia"
"Does bilingual education matters: Russian-Latvian bilingual adolescents’ verbal comprehension"
A special thank you to Kamila Isaeva, a research trainee at ILSCR and a 1 year graduate student at “Applied Social Psychology” program for hard work as a secretary of the section.