Social conditions, authoritarianism and ethnocentrism: A theoretical model of the early Frankfurt School updated and tested
SourceEuropean Sociological Review, 6, 1, (1990), pp. 15-29
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SW OZ NISCO SOC
SW OZ NISCO MT
European Sociological Review
To explain ethnocentrism in the Netherlands, a classic model derived from theoretical notions of prominent members of the Frankfurt School is updated and tested with data of a national sample of Dutch respondents (N = 1799). It appears that authoritarianism is a far more important predictor of ethnocentrism than predictors related to one's social condition, although the latter are not insignificant. In turn, authoritarianism is predicted by education, age, social class, church involvement and status-anxiety.
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