SPATIAL PERSPECTIVE OF STEREOTYPING TOWARDS ROMA

Paper analyses the results of a study of stereotyping of Roma in Međimurje County from a spatial standpoint. Despite the expected differences, it was found that spatial proximity does not affect the level of stereotyping towards members of the Roma national minority. The majority of the population living in the same administrative settlements where the Roma settlements exist do not express stereotypes towards the Roma statistically significantly different from the respondents living beyond the Roma outside the radius of isolation 5 km from the nearest Roma settlement. No statistically significant differences were found in the analysis of the responses of respondents from different sub-regional units of Međimurje County. The possibility and frequency of spatial contact with Roma does not affect the level of stereotyping towards members of the Roma national minority.

Izvorni znanstveni radHrvoje ŠLEZAK
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