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Religiosity and gender equality: comparing natives and Muslim migrants in Germany

In European public debates, Islam is often described as an impediment to gender equality. By using data from surveys conducted in Germany, we analyse the role of high levels of individual religiosity in explaining Turks' and Germans' approval of gender equality and the way Turkish and German...

Journal Title: Ethnic and Racial Studies 01 February 2009, Vol.32(2), pp.278-301
Main Author: Diehl, Claudia
Other Authors: Koenig, Matthias , Ruckdeschel, Kerstin
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Language: English
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