The subject of this chapter is the analysis of the degree of liking, openness and aversion to representatives of other nations expressed by people from various age groups (from high school students to adults)
from the beginning of the nineties of the 20th century (from the moment of political changes) to 2011. The aim of the research discussed in this chapter is to show the dynamics of changes in people’s attitudes towards other nations and establishing the trends regarding the background of social, political and economical transformations in Poland.
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