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Context matters - Social context moderates the association between indirect intergroup contact and attitudes towards refugees

  • Based on an integration of socioecological systems and intergroup contact theory, we hypothesized that the context in which intergroup contact takes place moderates its association with attitudes toward refugees. To test this prediction, majority members in Germany reported in three studies (Ntotal = 695) how often they have had positive and negative direct and indirect contact with refugees in different contexts and their attitudes toward refugees. While the association between direct contact and intergroup attitudes was relatively context-independent, the association between indirect contact and attitudes toward refugees strongly depended on context. Indirect contact was more strongly associated with attitudes toward refugees in contexts with close relationships (family and friends) than in contexts with distanced relationships (newspaper and TV).
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https://doi.org/10.1027/1864-9335/a000505

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Author:Helen Landmann, Robert Gaschler, Anette Rohmann, Stephan Weissinger, Agostino Mazziotta
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1027/1864-9335/a000505
ISSN:1864-9335
Parent Title (English):Social Psychology
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Date of Publication (online):2023/01/21
Year of first Publication:2022
Provider of the Publication Server:FH M√ľnster - University of Applied Sciences
Release Date:2023/01/23
Volume:53
Issue:6
First Page:341
Last Page:356
Faculties:Sozialwesen (SW)
Publication list:Mazziotta, Agostino
Licence (German):License LogoBibliographische Daten