DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/uwab2
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Ludwin Molina, Justin Preddie

Abstract: The present research examines the relationship between national identity, perceived group threats, and immigration policy. Across two studies, we examine how patriotism (an arguably critical form of national identity) and nationalism (an ethnocentric and dominance-oriented form of national identity; Sidanius, Feshbach, Levin, & Pratto, 1997) predict strong stances on immigration policy (Studies 1 & 2). Furthermore, does the inclusion of symbolic threats (Studies 1 & 2) and realistic thr…

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