Comparative Analyses of Exclusionism in (Post-)Post-Socialist Countries: With Special Attention to Mongolia
In the analyses, this study gives particular attention to Mongolia, where The rise and rampancy of ultranationalists and xenophobic movements was repeatedly reported even before immigrant issue became central in Central and East European countries. Previous study found Mongolians' weaker tolerance to different culture compared to people in other (post-)post-socialist societies, as well as Mongolian tendency to regard people with different culture as a threat to social security or unemployment. The study, however, had little success in revealing factors relating to tolerance or intolerance to the people of different cultures (Minato, K., 2014, "Mongolian Tolerance and Intolerance Toward Different Cultures: An Exploration Based on Analyses of Cross-National Survey Data." Acta Mongolica, 15: 41-46). Hence, this study reexamines the findings of the previous study, and to clarify the factors behind the Mongolian attitude toward different cultures.