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The Relationship Between Individual Values and Attitude Toward Multiculturalism
Historically, many ethnic minorities have been living on the territory of the Russian Federation; therefore, it is always relevant here to study attitudes towards a multicultural society. The study examines a possible relationship between attitudes towards multiculturalism and the individual values in the Russian sample. The main goal is to test empirically the existence of a link between individual values and attitudes towards multiculturalism in Russian society. The data is collected using a socio-psychological survey method that includes two questionnaires: PVQ-R (Shwartz, 2012) - to determine individual values of the individual and the Normative Multiculturalism Scale (Stuart & Ward, 2018) - to measure the attitude of respondents to multiculturalism. The results of the study revealed positive relations with the attitude to multiculturalism of such values as “Universalism - Tolerance” and “Universalism–concern”, negative connections with the values of “Security–personal”, “Conformity - Rules”, “Tradition” and “Power–dominance”.