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Perceived Intergroup Difference as an Organizing Principle of Intercultural Attitudes and Acculturation Attitudes

Reference
First Author: 
Van Osch
Van Osch, Y. M. J., & Breugelmans, S. M.
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
43
Number: 
5
801
Last Page: 
821
acculturation, intergroup relations/prejudice, values, attitudes, beliefs, immigration/migration
Ancillaries: 

None

Measure
Measure Name: 
Multicultural Attitude Scale; Acculturation strategies
Measure Description: 
Attitudes toward a multicultural society; 2-statement method of measuring acculturation strategies
Construct Name: 
Multiculturalism; Acculturation
Number of items: 
12; 8
Language(s): 
Dutch
Response Scale: 
Agreement on 5-point Likert scale; importance on a 5-point scale

Multiculturalism:

“It would be best for the Netherlands when Turks preserve their own culture and customs" (Dutch respondents)

“It would be best for the Netherlands when minority groups preserve their own cultures and customs" (minority respondents)

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