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MEASUREMENT OF NATIONAL STEREOTYPES· CHANGE USING SYMLOG METHOD

Željka Kamenov ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb
Dinka Čorkalo ; Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb


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str. 361-372

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Sažetak

Undergraduate students of psychology, Croats, expressed their
perceptions of Croats, Serbs, Slovenians and Albanians on
conventional checklists consisting of 57 traits. The research was
first conducted in 1991, when the war in Croatia had already started,
then was repeated in 1993, and again in 1996, when the war
was over. SYMLOG (A System for the Multiple Level Observation
of Groups) was used for a content analysis of assessed national
stereotypes. A position in three-dimensional interpersonal space
was found for each stereotype and presented in field diagrams.
We can infer changes in perceptions by observing the movement
of images in space. In addition, t-tests were performed to examine
significant differences between subjects' perceptions of each
nation at each time period, as well as during the time periods. SYMLOG
allowed us a more complex interpretation of the subjects' national
stereotypes than it would ever be possible based only on simple
checklists.

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Hrčak ID:

31704

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/31704

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