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Book chapter

Взаимная аккультурация мигрантов и принимающего населения в центральной России

С. 57-81.

This chapter presents the results of the study devoted to mutual adaptation of migrants and Russian ethnic majority in the Central Federal district of Russia. Participants were migrants from Middle Asia (N = 227) and South Caucasus (N = 274), and Russians (N = 261). Using structural equation modeling we tested the three hypotheses of intercultural relations: multiculturalism hypothesis, integration hypothesis and contact hypothesis. The multiculturalism hypothesis was partially supported among all the three groups. The contact hypothesis was not supported among migrants from the South Caucasus and was partially supported among migrants from Middle Asia and Russian ethnic majority. Integration hypothesis was fully supported among migrants from South Caucasus and Russians, and partially supported among migrants from Middle Asia. The results obtained in different groups are compared with each other.