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Karatas, Kasim; Arpaci, Ibrahim – Asia Pacific Education Review, 2021
The study investigated the mediating role of tolerance in the relationship between cultural intelligence and xenophobia. The study further investigated the moderating role of gender in the relationships between cultural intelligence, tolerance, and xenophobia. A structural equation modeling-based mediation and multi-group analysis were employed…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Intelligence, Stranger Reactions, Preservice Teachers
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Robbins, Blaine G. – Sociological Methods & Research, 2022
The Stranger Face Trust (SFT) questionnaire and the Imaginary Stranger Trust (IST) questionnaire are two new self-report measures of generalized trust that assess trust in real (SFT) and imaginary (IST) strangers across four trust domains. Both were designed to be objective, empirically valid, and easy to administer and score. To assess…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Questionnaires, Stranger Reactions, Test Validity
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Huang, Futao – Higher Education Quarterly, 2022
The purpose of this study is to explore impacts of the pandemic on the academic activities and life of full-time international faculty at Japanese universities, drawing on findings from semi-structured interviews with them. Main findings include three points. First, although the vast majority of the interviewees believed that the pandemic has had…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries, College Faculty
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Hannam, Patricia; Panjwani, Farid – Journal of Religious Education, 2020
This paper arises from our concerns regarding the documented increases in xenophobia in the UK and more widely around the world. This is evidenced by a rise in religiously motivated hate crimes, especially against Muslims and Jews. Our enquiry is into the potential religious education has to mitigate xenophobia and educational justification for it…
Descriptors: Religious Education, Role of Education, Stranger Reactions, Crime
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Gezer, Melehat; Ilhan, Mustafa – International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies, 2022
In this research, we aimed to adapt the Xenophobia Scale developed by Olonisakin and Adebayo (2021) into Turkish. We conducted research on two separate study groups comprising 563 teacher candidates. Before starting the adaptation process of the scale, we obtained necessary permissions from the authors, who developed the original form. When…
Descriptors: Turkish, Translation, Stranger Reactions, Test Validity
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Kocaturk, Metin; Bozdag, Faruk – International Journal of Educational Methodology, 2020
Xenophobia, being hostile to foreigners and feeling fear of them, is considered as hating and having prejudices against the people of other nations. It is noticed that with the increase of migration movements on a global scale in recent years, xenophobia has become one of the more critical subjects in the scientific world. Determining the…
Descriptors: Stranger Reactions, College Students, Correlation, Personality Traits
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Bozdag, Faruk – International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies, 2020
Due to increasing human mobility in today's world, relations among groups are becoming more and more important. As people with different cultures come in close contact they begin to influence inter-group attitudes (Barni et al., 2020; Turner et al., 2020). Xenophobia, which can be described as negative attitudes towards migrants, is one of the…
Descriptors: Stranger Reactions, College Students, Student Attitudes, Interpersonal Relationship
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Scanlan, Martin – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2022
Xenophobic, racist, and linguistically hegemonic discourses undermine the common good in our pluralistic communities. This article focuses on how these discourses adversely affect one subset of the population in the United States -- those who are culturally and linguistically diverse -- and how schools can disrupt this. Specifically, it explores…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Minority Group Students, Religious Factors
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Coban, Osman; McAdam, Julie E.; Arizpe, Evelyn – Literacy, 2020
This article examines findings from a Scottish Social Innovation Fund project carried out in an after-school club known as "The Studio." Researchers worked alongside artists to engage young people situated within their communities to challenge xenophobic discourses through the creation of positive narratives developed through story and…
Descriptors: Stranger Reactions, After School Programs, Youth Clubs, Sense of Community
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Garrison, Jim – Educational Studies: Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, 2019
Let me begin by thanking the members of the George F. Kneller Advisory Committee and you the members of the American Educational Studies Association for inviting me to give the annual Kneller Lecture on this the fiftieth anniversary of the Association.The present phase of rising nationalism and growing global xenophobia does not suggest this is…
Descriptors: Buddhism, Educational Philosophy, Nationalism, Stranger Reactions
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Hendricks, Natheem; Mati, Shepi – New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 2020
This article makes a contribution to understanding human rights peer education in the South African context and the extent to which such provision could enable participants to develop a critical understanding of human rights and xenophobia.
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Stranger Reactions, Peer Teaching, Teaching Methods
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McCorkle, William David – Journal of International Social Studies, 2019
Immigration is currently one of the most contentious issues in both the United States and in much of the world. In order to confront powerful xenophobic narratives, there have been theoretical arguments for a more open and inclusive immigration system. Most of the arguments for this more inclusive system are based in the ideas of compassion and…
Descriptors: Immigration, Stranger Reactions, Public Policy, Justice
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Cureton, Ashley E. – Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Public Education, 2020
Parental involvement has been deemed one of today's most important topics in educational spheres. Refugee parents face many challenges upon resettling in the US, impacting their engagement in the US educational system. This study explores Muslim refugee parents' experiences with schools and the facilitators and barriers for their engagement.…
Descriptors: Barriers, Refugees, Relocation, Parent Participation
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Astakhova, A. V. – Russian Education & Society, 2019
The article investigates the problem of how xenophobia developed in the education system of the Russian Empire. The study focuses on the historical and educational context. The main sources of research were academic studies and archival documents from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that bear witness to the official position and views…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Stranger Reactions, Social Bias, Educational Practices
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Lin, Hung-Chu; Janice, Josephine – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2020
In a paradigm of simulated stranger distress designed to elicit empathic arousal, this study examined multiple elements of responding in 61 preschoolers. Disengagement from stranger distress was underscored in addition to prosocial responding. All children encountered a female adult stranger feigning stomach ache followed by an infant manikin…
Descriptors: Withdrawal (Psychology), Prosocial Behavior, Stranger Reactions, Preschool Children
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