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Migrant-Related Attitudes and Perceived Ethnic Threats Between In-Groups and Out-Groups: The cases of Greece and Sweden

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Stefania Kalogeraki

Department of Sociology, University of Crete, GR
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The paper explores inter-group relations by detecting divergences and/or convergences in ethnic threat perceptions and migrant-opposition attitudes between in-groups and out-groups within and across Greece and Sweden representing contexts with differentiated macro-level actual competitive economic and integration policy conditions. Using data from the fourth round (2008/2009) of the European Social Survey (ESS) Univariate 2-way (M) Anovas demonstrate moderate inter-group relations in Sweden and intense ones in Greece implying a potential inter-group clash in the latter. The paper is a step toward filling the lacuna with respect to the assessment of inter-group relations via unilateral processes and attempts to provide some fresh insights to be further investigated in future migrant-related studies.
How to Cite: Kalogeraki, S., 2012. Migrant-Related Attitudes and Perceived Ethnic Threats Between In-Groups and Out-Groups: The cases of Greece and Sweden. Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 2(3), pp.243–253. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2478/v10202-011-0045-6
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Published on 01 Sep 2012.
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