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Генерализованное доверие как фактор позитивного отношения москвичей к культурному разнообразию

 

This article is devoted to the study of the role of generalized trust for intercultural interaction in Moscow. An empirical study (N=219) showed that the length of residence in Moscow is negatively associated with a positive attitude towards ethnic diversity. However, the generalized trust neutralizes this association, making it insignificant. That means that in case of high level of generalized trust, the attitude towards cultural diversity does not depend on the length of residence in Moscow. Thus, generalized trust is an individual characteristic of a person, which, by interacting with his experience, is able to neutralize the negative consequences of experience and increase the positive attitude of Muscovites to cultural diversity.