Религиозность и стратегии аккультурации мигрантов и принимающего населения
The capital region can be characterized by polyethnic composition, where both indigenous people of different nationalities and religions, and migrants, who represent almost all ethnic and religious minorities of Russia and near abroad live. In this empirical study, the role of the level of religiosity in acculturation strategies/expectations of the host population and migrants were studied. The sample contained residents of Moscow (N = 388) and migrants from Azerbaijan (N = 147). The results of the regression analysis show that higher level of religiosity in the representatives of the host population contributes to acculturation expectation of multiculturalism, while higher level of religiosity in migrants contributes to the strategy of separation choice. The results are analyzed from the position of features of ethnic/religious minority and majority acculturation.