Etnocentrisme in Nederland: Veranderingen bij kansarme en/of gepriviligeerde groepen?
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SourceSociologische Gids, 41, 3, (1994), pp. 185-201
Article / Letter to editor
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SubjectNijmegen Institute for Social and Cultural Research
Tests the hypothesis that ethnocentrism in the Netherlands increased, 1985-1991, among disadvantaged groups but decreased among the more privileged groups, based on 1990 interviews with a sample (N not provided) drawn from a 1985 public opinion survey. Analysis reveals that ethnocentrism increased for both higher & lower socioeconomic groups, indicating a decrease in the tolerance level of Dutch social culture. Several possible explanations are reviewed, including theories about scapegoats & the removal of social taboos on criticizing other groups.
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