Sobre o verdadeiro valor dos valores: fatores de impacto sobre as atitudes de tolerância política

  • Eva-Maria Trüdinger Universität Stuttgart
Palavras-chave: Valores. Tolerância política. Sofisticação política. Psicologia política

Resumo

A pesquisa norte-americana sobre tolerância tradicionalmente discute a influência da educação sobre a tolerância política. Esses debates são transferidos para o contexto alemão e o artigo tenta complementar as pesquisas anteriores sobre tolerância com uma combinação de explicações baseadas em valores e descobertas sobre os sistemas de crença de massa e sobre as heurísticas na tomada de decisão. Supõese que os níveis de educação e sofisticação política de uma pessoa determinam sua atitude de tolerância política, pois causam um impacto sobre a relevância dos valores e das disposições ideológicas enquanto princípios abstratos para decisões individuais em situações de tolerância. Como resultado de nossa análise empírica, enfatizamos a influência separada da sofisticação política e a natureza contextual das atitudes tolerantes, em parte devido a diferenças individuais no manuseio dos princípios abstratos.

 

Abstract:

American tolerance research traditionally discusses the influence of education on political tolerance. These debates are transferred into a German context, and the article aims to complement previous research on tolerance by a combination of value-based explanations, of findings about mass belief systems and about heuristics in decision-making. It is assumed that the levels of education and political sophistication of a person determine his/her attitudes on political tolerance, because they have an impact on the relevance of values and ideological dispositions as abstract principles for individual decisions on tolerance situations. As a result of our empirical analyses, we can emphasize the separate influence of political sophistication and the contextual nature of tolerant attitudes, partly due to individual differences in the handling of abstract principles.

Key words: values, political tolerance, political sophistication, political psychology

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Biografia do Autor

Eva-Maria Trüdinger, Universität Stuttgart
Eva-Maria Trüdinger is a Researcher at the Department of Political Systems and Political Sociology at the University of Stuttgart. Her research interests and recent publications focus on public opinion about policies and about the European Union and questions of political psychology.

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Trüdinger, E.-M. (2015). Sobre o verdadeiro valor dos valores: fatores de impacto sobre as atitudes de tolerância política. Opinião Pública, 12(1), 57-87. Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/op/article/view/8641220
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