This paper focuses on the relation between national and global identification and the impact of globalization on this relation. The multilevel approach drew survey data from 89 countries, country-level measures of globalization enabling an examination of globalization effects on the relation between national and global identification. A negative link obtained between national and global identification in most of the countries, the cross-country variation of this link is related to globalization. Countries characterized by rapid globalization exhibit a lower negative relation between national and global identification than those marked by lower levels of globalization change.
- global identification
- multilevel analysis
- national identity
- social identity
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Environmental Science(all)
- Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)