Stereotypes during the Decline and Fall of Communism

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Subject index

a
agricultural workers see peasants
America/Americans see USA
analysis:
ANOVA 98 , 265 , 268 ;
correlation 38 , 39 , 91 , 193 , 263 , 270 , 274 , 295 ;
factor 91 , 102 , 120 , 125 , 254 , 258 , 263 , 295 ;
INDSCAL 149 , 151 , 153 , 154 ;
judgement 39 ;
MANOVA 136 ;
principal component 38 ;
statistical 34 , 38 , 98 , 109 , 110 , 114 , 115 , 136 , 193 , 200 , 227 , 267 , 269 , 279 ;
of variance 125
anti-cosmopolitan index 73-6
anti-Semitism see Jews
appearance, physical see ethnic minorities
arms race 28
artisans, characterization 207
Asia/Asians 44 ;
characterizing 126 , 127 , 131 , 132 , 133 ;
ranking 143
assertiveness see self-assertiveness
Association of Free Democrats (SzDSz) 32
athletic prowess:
historical comparisons 252 , 254 , 256 , 257 , 258 , 259 , 260 , 264 ;
national comparisons 80 , 82 , 83 , 85 , 88 , 126
Atlantic triad see France, Great Britain, USA
attachment, national see patriotism
attitudes 2 , 18 ;
changing 42 , 45 , 295 ;
clusters 42 ;
to cold war 42 , 45 ;
to communism 42 , 262 , 271 ;
defining 201 ;
to history 220 ;
national 41-69 , 93 ;
negative/positive 45 , 100 ;
parallelism 45 ;
professional 173 ;
see also belief and opinion and optimism
Australia/Australians 46
Austria/Austrians 23 , 24 , 47 , 48 , 59 ;
ranking 90 , 127
Austro-Hungarian Empire 24
authoritarianism 3 , 42 , 76 , 287
autostereotypes:
Hungarian 94-101 , 130 , 133 , 137 , 285 ;
national 45 , 50-2 , 94 , 98-9 , 133-4 , 137 , 143-4 , 163 , 166-8 , 238 , 245 , 289 ;
see also self evaluation

b
Balkans:
characterization 126 , 127 , 132 ;
ranking 143
bankers:
characterization 207 , 208 , 209 , 210 , 211 , 212 , 214 , 215 , 217 , 290 ;
ranking 211 , 212 , 215 ;
trait profiles 213
beauty, scenic:
historical comparisons 252 , 254-60 , 263-4 ;
national comparisons 80 , 82 , 84 , 85 , 89 , 135 , 161
belief:
in a just world 171 , 172 , 223 , 253 ;
systems 13-21 , 19-75 ;
twentieth-century history 219-75 ;
see also ideology
Berlin wall, destruction of 21
bias:
hindsight 292-3 ;
national 51 ;
political 287
bipolar trait scales 1 , 36 , 37 , 39 , 124 , 238 , 295
Blacks 41 , 43 , 44
blaming, victim 171-2
Bogardus’ scale 246
Bolshevik 24 , 25
bookkeeping model 8
book preferrers 237 , 238 , 250 , 251 , 272 , 287
bravery, characteristic of 98
Budapest 61
Bulgaria/Bulgarians, ranking 90 , 126-7 , 129-30 , 132 , 134
businessmen:
characterization 207-12 ,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface x
  • 1 - Stereotype Systems Research 1
  • 2 - The Cognitive Domain of Nations 41
  • 3 - The Cognitive Domain of Nations 94
  • 4 - The Domain of Societal Categories 169
  • 5 - The Domain of Historical Periods 219
  • 6 - Stability of and Changes in Stereotypes: Results 276
  • Appendix 298
  • Bibliography 305
  • Name Index 321
  • Subject Index 324
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