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Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264

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Authors and Corporations: Pickel, Gert, Yendell, Alexander
Title Statement: Religious plurality in Germany Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264 attitudes and their determining factors
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contents Germany is presently transforming into a modern immigration state, leaving behind its image of a “guest worker” country. Parallely, it is confronted with growing religious plurality and rising religious conflicts. Moreover, religious labeling of groups other than the Christian or undenominational majority population becomes more significant. Against this background, the paper discusses the views of the population in Germany towards religious plurality, practices of religious minorities as well as attitudes towards members of different religious groups. The results reveal a considerable amount of negative attitudes towards foreign religious groups in Germany. More specifically, Islam and Muslims are mostly viewed as negative by the German population. Structural equation models with manifest variables show that, in particular, the frequency of contacts have positive impacts on attitudes towards people of different religious affiliations.
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spelling Pickel, Gert, Yendell, Alexander, Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264, Universitätsbibliothek Leipzig 2014 (issued 2017-04-12) (created 2014), Germany is presently transforming into a modern immigration state, leaving behind its image of a “guest worker” country. Parallely, it is confronted with growing religious plurality and rising religious conflicts. Moreover, religious labeling of groups other than the Christian or undenominational majority population becomes more significant. Against this background, the paper discusses the views of the population in Germany towards religious plurality, practices of religious minorities as well as attitudes towards members of different religious groups. The results reveal a considerable amount of negative attitudes towards foreign religious groups in Germany. More specifically, Islam and Muslims are mostly viewed as negative by the German population. Structural equation models with manifest variables show that, in particular, the frequency of contacts have positive impacts on attitudes towards people of different religious affiliations., bookPart, https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:bsz:15-qucosa-223537 Online-Zugriff, Islaomophobie, Islamfeindlichkeit, religiöse Pluralität, Toleranz, Vorurteile, Religion, Deutschland, Ostdeutschland, Westdeutschland, Islamophobia, religious diversity, tolerance, stereotypes, prejudices, religion, Germany, East Germany, West Germany
spellingShingle Pickel, Gert, Religious plurality in Germany: attitudes and their determining factors, Germany is presently transforming into a modern immigration state, leaving behind its image of a “guest worker” country. Parallely, it is confronted with growing religious plurality and rising religious conflicts. Moreover, religious labeling of groups other than the Christian or undenominational majority population becomes more significant. Against this background, the paper discusses the views of the population in Germany towards religious plurality, practices of religious minorities as well as attitudes towards members of different religious groups. The results reveal a considerable amount of negative attitudes towards foreign religious groups in Germany. More specifically, Islam and Muslims are mostly viewed as negative by the German population. Structural equation models with manifest variables show that, in particular, the frequency of contacts have positive impacts on attitudes towards people of different religious affiliations., Islaomophobie, Islamfeindlichkeit, religiöse Pluralität, Toleranz, Vorurteile, Religion, Deutschland, Ostdeutschland, Westdeutschland, Islamophobia, religious diversity, tolerance, stereotypes, prejudices, religion, Germany, East Germany, West Germany
title Religious plurality in Germany: attitudes and their determining factors
title_auth Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors
title_full Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264
title_fullStr Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264
title_full_unstemmed Religious plurality in Germany attitudes and their determining factors Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264
title_list_str Religious plurality in Germany, attitudes and their determining factors, Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264
title_part_str Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt : Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund 2012 / hrsg. in deren Auftrag von Martina Löw. - Frankfurt am Main : Campus Verlag, 2014. - S. 247-264
title_short Religious plurality in Germany
title_sort religious plurality in germany attitudes and their determining factors
title_sub attitudes and their determining factors
topic Islaomophobie, Islamfeindlichkeit, religiöse Pluralität, Toleranz, Vorurteile, Religion, Deutschland, Ostdeutschland, Westdeutschland, Islamophobia, religious diversity, tolerance, stereotypes, prejudices, religion, Germany, East Germany, West Germany
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