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Ethnic Attitudes toward Romani Ethnicum
Bartoš, Zdeněk ; Fonville, Alexandra (referee)
The thesis studies the topic of ethnic attitudes towards Romani. In the theoretical part, the author focuses on attitudes and their components with a special focus on implicit and explicit attitudes. In relation to these categories, models, techniques of measurement and their mutual relationship are introduced in this part. Furthermore, stereotypes, prejudices and discrimination are also thoroughly described. Subsequently, the thesis focuses on rasism and its manifestations and authoritarianism. Romani ethnicum is characterized together with stereotypes that are connected with them. The relationship between Romani and Czech majority is described. In the empirical part, the implicit and explicit attitudes toward Romani were investigated among 86 respondents in the first research using direct and indirect techniques. Five out of seven main hypotheses were confirmed and two research questions were answered. In the second research, the implicit attitude toward Romani was examined with the use of indirect measurement technique. The attitude was put into the context with the theory of social dominance among 110 respondents. One of two hypotheses was confirmed. The conclusions are discussed in great detail in the thesis.

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