What influences our attitudes? A survey study on attitudes of Polish university students towards German people
This study reports the results of a survey conducted on 121 Polish students at three universities in Szczecin, Wrocław and Lublin. The goal was to examine what young Poles think about Germany and Germans, and to what extent their attitudes towards German people are influenced by factors such as where they live, their level of German, the frequency of contact they have with Germans, and their acquaintances with them. The analysis reveals that while proficiency in German is not significant, other parameters such as frequency of contact or where they live contribute to forming their attitudes.