National pride, social trust, and cultural nativism: Findings from East and Southeast Asia

Harris Hyun soo Kim, Hyun Jin (Katelyn) Kim

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Abstract

Using the latest (fourth) wave of Asian Barometer Survey (2014–2016), this study examines how national pride and two types of trust (general and particular) are related to nativist preference (cultural nativism), independent of anti-immigration attitudes, among citizens in East and Southeast Asian countries. Findings from multilevel models show that, at the individual level, national pride and particular trust are positively related to cultural nativism, while general trust is negatively related. At the subnational-regional level, we also find significant contextual effects. Living in geographic areas with greater national pride is positively associated with nativist preference, as is residency in places with higher levels of particular trust. In contrast, residency in subnational contexts with higher levels of general trust is negatively associated. Finally, the association between national pride and cultural nativism is stronger in regions with greater contextual national pride.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)251-263
Number of pages13
JournalInternational Journal of Intercultural Relations
Volume84
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 2021

Keywords

  • Asia
  • National pride
  • Nativism
  • Social trust
  • Xenophobia

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