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Hating Thy Imaginary Neighbor: An Analysis of Antisemitism in Slovakia

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This article offers an analysis of subnational variation in antisemitism.
Utilizing survey data from 1990 to 2008 in Slovakia, we characterize
three types of anti-Jewish attitudes. Our results point to: (1) the decline of
antisemitism due to the consolidation of a Hungarian-Slovak divide; (2)
the lowest antisemitism levels expressed by those in the capital city; and
(3) the diffuse voting patterns of antisemitic respondents, e.g., the Slovak
National Party, the Christian Democratic Movement, and Meˇciar’s
nationalistic-populist Movement for Democratic Slovakia

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4(2)

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469-492

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Bustikova, Lenka, Guasti, Petra Hating Thy Imaginary Neighbor: An Analysis of Antisemitism in Slovakia. Journal for the Study of Antisemitism. 2012: 469-492.  https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-svk2