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Gender role attitudes of migrants – The impact of religion and origin country context

@inproceedings{Rder2010GenderRA,
  title={Gender role attitudes of migrants – The impact of religion and origin country context},
  author={Antje R{\"o}der},
  year={2010}
}
Gender role attitudes differ vastly across societies, and consequently it can be expected that immigrants in Europe hold different attitudes from natives. These differences may be due to the values prevalent in the origin countries of immigrants, but they are also likely to be linked to religious beliefs. Using multiple origin data compiled from the European Social Survey, this paper analyses in how far these factors influence the gender role attitudes of immigrants in Europe. Both religious… 

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