While the participants reported less distant attitudes toward migrants who were white-collar workers, social distance
from migrants who were laborers was very large, within the scores 6-7 on the Bogardus scale.
The SD-R ([alpha] = .91), a modified version of the SDS-SU, measured preferred social distance
from individuals in recovery from SUDs.
Thus, informed by psychological distance theory and CLT, we conducted three studies to examine if event abstractness and social distance
have a joint influence on self-other risk perception differences.
(2011), the reward was divided with one other person of varying social distance
from the participant (i.e., Jones & Rachlin, 2006).
H1: The level of support for hypotheses deduced from the pure sociology framework varies inversely with the social distance
between those involved in analyzing the evidence and pure sociology's inner core.
Perceived, internalised stigma, social distance
and impairment level for people living with leprosy in the leprosy settlement and those living in the surrounding community.
Studies of MHL and social rejection suggest that inaccurate recognition and false beliefs about schizophrenia raise social distance
toward those suffering from this disorder (Link, Phelan, Bresnahan, Stueve, & Pescosolido, 1999; Papadopoulos, Leavey, & Vincent, 2002; Taskin et al., 2003).
It was expected that both adolescents and adults who participated in the programme would show a similar increment in mental health knowledge and reduction in stigmatising attitudes and social distance
Liberman (2002) defined that psychological distance contained four dimensions: temporal distance, spatial distance, social distance
and hypotheticality (Baranan et al., 2006; Baranan et al., 2007; Trope et al., 2007; Trope and Liberman, 2010), which together constituted the basic framework of psychological distance.
Following these observations, we concluded that discourse particle functions can be more clearly understood when viewed through the frame of two mutually exclusive categories of socio-pragmatic functions, which are 'to increase social distance
' and 'to reduce social distance
' (see Tables 2 and 3 in the Appendix).
Eveland, Nathanson, Detenber, and Mcleod (1999) explained that social distance
is an important concept that may partially account for variations in TPP gaps.
Another relevant model is based on Bogardus's (1933) social distance
theory, which documented the varying degrees of social distance
between the dominant U.S.