Socio-economic adaptation and discrimination against immigrants in the socio-economic domain
On October 13, Dmitry Grigoryev (HSE), took part in the "Culture Matters" research seminar with the report on "Socio-economic adaptation and discrimination against immigrants in the socio-economic domain".
The study examined the role of ideological attitudes of the host population and the social distance, and also to solve two problems, that (1) the reproduction of dual process model by J. Duckitt on Russian sample and (2) testing the theoretical model the relationship between three ideological attitudes (right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, multicultural ideology), the willingness of contact with the out-group (social distance) and discrimination against migrants in the socio-economic domain.
For this study was translated into Russian by back translation, and adapted to the scale of social dominance orientation, social distance and perceived social norms, as well as the developed scale for assessing support migrant discrimination in the socio-economic domain.
During the research surveyed 241 participants, mostly residents of Moscow and Ulyanovsk (Volga Federal District). The dual process model by J. Duckitt was successfully reproduced, and most of the relations from the proposed theoretical model were confirmed.