In the European Union we trust: European Muslim attitudes toward the European Union

@article{Isani2017InTE,
  title={In the European Union we trust: European Muslim attitudes toward the European Union},
  author={M. Isani and Bernd Schlipphak},
  journal={European Union Politics},
  year={2017},
  volume={18},
  pages={658 - 677}
}
Recent research has indicated that Arab Muslims are skeptical of Western institutions such as the European Union. Do European Muslims hold comparable attitudes toward the European Union? In this article we develop a two-step argument based on a transfer of satisfaction logic. We build on both American politics literature on immigrant trust in the host country's national political actors and on European Union literature assuming a transfer of trust from the national to the international level… Expand

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