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What Do Drawings Reveal About People’s Attitudes Toward Countries and Their Citizens ?
|Published in||Social Psychology. 2011, vol. 42, no. 3, p. 231-240|
|Abstract||Participants (N = 567) from six countries (Belgium, Ivory Coast, Italy, Kosovo, Portugal, and Switzerland) drew borders oftheir own and of neighbor countries on boundary-free maps. It was predicted and found that the tendency to overestimate versus underestimate the sizes of the countries, compared to the original maps, reflects the perceiver’s attitudes toward the target country, status asymmetries, and the quality of relations between the ingroup and outgroup countries. The findings are discussed with regard to the use of drawings in revealing people’s attitudes toward outgroups.|
|Keywords||Drawings — Social attitudes — Group status — Intergroup relations|
|Research group||Groupe de recherche sur les relations intergroupes et les représentations sociales|
|LORENZI-CIOLDI, Fabio et al. What Do Drawings Reveal About People’s Attitudes Toward Countries and Their Citizens ?. In: Social Psychology, 2011, vol. 42, n° 3, p. 231-240. doi: 10.1027/1864-9335/a000067 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:20273|