AUTOSTEREOTYPIZATION OF ROMA IN CROATIA AS AN INDICATOR OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF MINORITY IDENTITY

The existence of different Roma groups in Croatia is the basis for the assumption that the Roma in Croatia do not have a unique view of their own community. At the same time, a different view of their own minority community may indicate a different level of development of their own minority identity. In order to confirm the hypothesis about the different perception of their own community and the diversity of development stages of their own minority identity, the paper analyses the results of the research of stereotypes of members of different Roma groups about themselves. A questionnaire on a sample of 202 members of the Roma national minority investigated differences in the self-perception of Bajash Roma in Medimurje County and members of the Roma national minority from Zagreb and Rijeka. Research results suggest that Bajash Roma have a much greater stereotypical view of Roma than other Roma surveyed. Although more numerous and concentrated in Medimurje County, Bajash Roma are more receptive to the imposed identity of otherness than other Roma included in the research.

Izvorni znanstveni radHrvoje ŠLEZAK
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