Воспринимаемая коллективная преемственность: адаптация шкалы для российского контекста
This article presents the results of the adaptation of the scale for perceived collective continuity in Russian, construct of which was initially developed by Sani with colleagues in 2007. The phenomenon of perceived collective continuity reflects the perception of groups as entities that are stable over time and transmit traditions from generation to generation. The perception of collective continuity is based on two main dimensions: perceived cultural continuity (perceived continuity of norms and traditions) and perceived historical continuity (perceived relationship between different historical eras and events). Six hundred thirty seven Russians took part in testing the methodology. The methodology showed good fit with empirical data, highlighting the two-factor structure of the construct and validity of its scale. In general, the method of perceived collective continuity demonstrates good psychometric indicators and can be used for research in the field of intergroup relations as a reliable and stable toolkit.