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Félix Neto https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0112-880X

Resumen

El objetivo de esta investigación fue analizar predicciones específicas basadas en tres hipótesis: la hipótesis de integración, la hipótesis del contacto y la hipótesis del multiculturalismo. La muestra incluyó 218 inmigrantes ucranianos con una media de edad de 39 años. El tiempo medio de residencia en Portugal fue de 10 años. De acuerdo a la hipótesis de integración, las adaptaciones psicológica e intercultural eran predichas por integración, mientras que la adaptación sociocultural era predicha únicamente por marginación. De este modo, la hipótesis de integración fue parcialmente apoyada para los inmigrantes ucranianos residentes en Portugal. La hipótesis del contacto fue confirmada, ya que el contacto intercultural fue predicho por mayores actitudes positivas hacia los portugueses, y por asimilación. Sin embargo, no se encontró que la integración fuera un predictor significativo del contacto intercultural. Esta muestra presentó niveles relativamente bajos de discriminación percibida. En línea con la hipótesis de multiculturalismo, la discriminación percibida estaba negativamente relacionada con la tolerancia, la actitud hacia los portugueses, la actitud hacia otros inmigrantes, y positivamente asociada con la preferencia a la separación y la marginación. Se discuten los resultados considerando la literatura existente.

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Keywords

estrategias de aculturación, adaptación, contacto intercultural, discriminación percibida, inmigrantes ucranianos

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Neto, F. (2019). Relaciones interculturales entre inmigrantes ucranianos residentes en Portugal. Universitas Psychologica, 18(5), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy18-5.irau
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