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Isabel Cuadrado http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0946-2696

Lucía López-Rodríguez

Marisol Navas

Resumen

Los procesos psicosociales implicados en las preferencias de aculturación de las personas inmigrantes son importantes para comprender las relaciones interculturales en contextos multiculturales. Este trabajo analiza las relaciones entre tres dimensiones estereotípicas y las emociones positivas experimentadas hacia españoles con las preferencias de aculturación de inmigrantes ecuatorianos en España. Noventa y dos personas ecuatorianas (53.3% mujeres; Medad = 31.58 años) respondieron a un cuestionario que evaluaba la moralidad, sociabilidad, y competencia percibidas en los españoles, las emociones positivas experimentadas hacia ellos y sus preferencias de mantenimiento y adopción cultural. Los resultados muestran que la percepción estereotípica de ecuatorianos sobre españoles (en las dimensiones de moralidad y competencia) predice su preferencia por adoptar costumbres españolas a través de las emociones positivas.

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Keywords

dimensiones estereotípicas, emociones positivas, preferencias de aculturación, inmigrantes ecuatorianos

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Cuadrado, I., López-Rodríguez, L., & Navas, M. (2018). "Si eres moral y competente adoptaré elementos de tu cultura”: el rol mediador de las emociones positivas en el proceso de aculturación de inmigrantes ecuatorianos en España. Universitas Psychologica, 16(5), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-5.mcae
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