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Participation in The Migration Conference 2019 Bari

From June 18 to June 20, the staff of the ILSCR took part in the 7th international conference of The Migration Conference 2019, the leading event of migration researchers organized this year at the University of Bari Aldo Moro (Bari, Italy).

Laboratory staff presented the following reports:

Anastasia Batkhina - Towards an Integration of Models of Discrimination of Immigrants: From Ultimate (Functional) to Proximate (Sociofunctional) Explanations

Lucia Bombieri - Pupils' attitudes towards Italy and Russia: The role of self-group and group-group distance

Maria Bultseva - The Role of Intercultural Competence in the Relationship of Home Country Intercultural Experience and Creativity among Russian Students

Ekaterina Bushina, Victoria Galyapina, Nadezhda Lebedeva - Intergenerational comparison of the Georgians in Georgia

Christina Velkova - Social identities as predictors of intercultural attitudes

Victoria Galyapina, Nadezhda Lebedeva, Zarina Lepshokova - Intercultural Relations in Georgia and Tajikistan: Post-Conflict Model

Dmitry Grigoryev, Anastasia Batkhina, Dmitri Dubrov,
Tomas Jurcik - Assimilationism, Multiculturalism, Colorblindness, Polyculturalism, and Intergroup Bias in the Russian Context

Dmitri Dubrov - Generalized trust towards migrants in Russia

Maria Efremova, Olga Poluektova, Seger Breugelmans - The effect of the Experience of being in poverty on Individual Psychological Characteristics

Ekaterina Kodja - The Role of Multiple Identities and Psychological Wellbeing of Crimean Tatars

Nadezhda Lebedeva, Victoria Galyapina, Zarina Lepshokova, Tatyana Ryabichenko - Intercultural Relations across the post-Soviet countries

Zarina Lepshokova, Dmitry Grigoryev - Multiple Identities, Acculturation, and Adjustment of the North Caucasus in Moscow. A Network Analysis

Tatyana Ryabichenko -Acculturation profiles of ethnic Russians in Georgia and Latvia and their psychological adaptation

Alexander Tatarko - Social capital, Acculturation attitudes, and Sociocultural adaptation of Migrants from Central Asia and South Korea in Russia

The conference program with abstracts of the reports can be find at https://books.google.com/books?id=u3ScDwAAQBAJ&pg