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IV International Research Conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations"

April 18-20 the IV International Research Conference "Culture in society, between groups and across generations", organized by the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research at the Expert Institute of the Higher School of Economics took place in Moscow.

The conference commenced with a welcoming speech by the head of the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research, tenured professor of HSE, Nadezhda Lebedeva and the co-head of the International Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research, professor of Jacobs University Bremen (Germany), Klaus Boehnke.

The first session of the conference was  “Intergroup Relations”, with Lebedeva N. and Evgeny Tartakovsky (PhD, Senior Lecturer, Tel-Aviv University, The School of Social Work) as the chairs, it included the reports:

  • Intercultural Relations In Russia, Latvia And Azerbaijan: A Meta-Analytical Study (Nadezhda Lebedeva, Alexander Tatarko)
  • A New Threat-Benefit Theory Explaining Attitudes Towards Immigrants (Evgeny Tartakovsky, Sophie D. Walsh)
  • Immigrant Acculturation And Mental Health In Social Ecological Context: Revisiting Ethnic Density (Tomas Jurcik)
  • Discordance of Acculturation Attitudes of Natives and Their Support of Discrimination of Immigrants in Russia (Dmitry Grigoryev)
  • The Changing Global Socio-Legal Nexus: A Post-Fukuyama World? (Antonios E. Platsas)

In the second session of the conference “Changing Identity”, with Dr. Lepshokova Z. and Prof. Anna Kwiatkowska as the chairs, it included the reports:

  • Russian Ethno-Cultural And North-Caucasian Regional Identities As Predictors Of Acculturation Of Russian Minorities In The Republic Of North Ossetia – Alania: A Study Among Adolescents, Their Parents And Grandparents (Victoria Galyapina, Nadezhda Lebedeva)
  • Two Faces Of Interdependency: Self-Construals, Self-Esteem And Life Satisfaction In Central-East European Countries (Anna Kwiatkowska)
  • The Dalits And Neo- Buddhist Identity In Post- Mandal India (Sanjay Kumar Rajhans)
  • The Role Of Social Disidentification In Acculturation Preferences Of Ethnic Russian Minority And Indigenous People In Kabardino-Balkar Republic (Zarina Lepshokova)
  • Adaptation Of The Social Identity Management Strategies Questionnaire In Russian Context (Alina Latypova, Marina Kotova)

The first day of the conference ended with the session “New Approaches In Ethnic Psychology”, with Prof. Yanchuk V. as the chair, it included the reports:

  • Dialogical-Interdeterminist Neomulticulturalist Perspective Of Intercultural Psychological Phenomenology Analysis (Vladimir Yanchuk)
  • Representation Of The Vulnerable Groups In The Secondary Schools' Textbooks (Maria Kozlova)
  • Ornament As An Instrument Of Investigation Of Ethnic Attitudes (Anfisa Chuganskaya)

The second day of the conference was opened by the session “Social Capital And Trust”, with Prof. Tatarko A. as the chair, it included the reports:

  • Testing Integration Hypotheses In Dagestan: The Meditative Role Of Individual Social Capital (Alexander Tatarko)
  • Host Society Trust As A Contextual Condition For The Confirmation Of Integration Hypothesis (Dmitrii Dubrov)
  • Cognitive Social Capital As Manifestation Of Efficient Organization Culture (Denis Demchuk)
  • Relation Between Social Capital And Sociocultural Adaptation Of Migrants (Andrey Kalita)
  • Charitable Behavior Of Entrepreneurs: Values And Time Perspective (Alexander Titov)

The next session of the conference was “Individual Values, Value Impact And Transmission”, with Prof. Klaus Boehnke and Ryabichenko T. as the chairs, it included the reports:

  • Is Right-Wing Extremism Hereditary? Similarities Of Right-Wing Extremist Behavioral Tendencies Among Parents And Their Offspring (Klaus Boehnke)
  • Are Mother–Child Value Similarity And Similarity With Ethnic And National Peers Related To The Well-Being Of Ethnic Russians In Latvia? The Role Of Family Climate (Tatiana Ryabichenko, Nadezhda Lebedeva, Irina Plotka)
  • Value-Motivational Basis Of Creativity In Micro-Domains: Prose And Poetry Writing (Maria Bultseva)
  • Intergenerational Value Differences In Latvia And Azerbaijan (Ekaterina Bushina, Tatiana Ryabichenko, Nadezhda Lebedeva)

The second day of the conference ended with the session “Economic Attitudes, Poverty, And Economic Disadvantage”, with Dr. Efremova M. and Prof. Tatarko A. as the chairs, it included the reports:

  • The Effects Of Adult And Childhood Poverty On Individual Psychological Characteristics (Olga Poluektova, Maria Efremova, Seger Breugelmans)

The last day of the conference began with the session “Psychology Of Morality And Dishonest Behavior”, with Dr. Mironova A. and Prof. Ilja van Beest as the chairs, it included the reports:

  • Individual Values And The Acceptability Of Corruption: The Case Of Russia And Greece (Anna Mironova)
  • Predictors Of Delinquent Behavior Justification: Attractiveness And Gender Role Compliance (Kristina Velkova)
  • Does Physical Pain Increase Dishonest Behavior? (Ilja van Beest, How Hwee Ong, Rob M.A. Nelissen)
  • Influence Of Norms And Social Identities On Responses To Bullying (Lucia Bombieri)
  • Do Corruption Scandals Promote Everyday Corruption? (Ekaterina Ivanova)

The final session of the conference was “Psychology Of Health, Well-Being And The Meaning Of Life”, with Dr. Tomas Jurcik as the chair, it included the reports:

  • The Relationship Of Coping Strategies, Psychological Defense Mechanisms And Personality Characteristics Of Foreign Students (Vyacheslav Ganin)
  • Problems and Challenges in the Research Practice of Studying the Children of the Far North (Anna Fam, Anna Lebedeva, Tatiana Fisher)

The conference was concluded by the final word of Lebedeva N. and Boehnke K., who summed up the conference and thanked all the participants for their meaningful reports.

Conference program can be found below.
ILSCR Conference schedule 2017