Intergenerational Correlations of Extreme Right‐Wing Party Preferences and Attitudes Toward Immigration

@article{Avdeenko2016IntergenerationalCO,
  title={Intergenerational Correlations of Extreme Right‐Wing Party Preferences and Attitudes Toward Immigration},
  author={Alexandra Avdeenko and T. Siedler},
  journal={Political Institutions: Parties},
  year={2016}
}
This study analyzes the importance of parental socialization on the development of children's far right-wing preferences and attitudes towards immigration. Using longitudinal data from Germany, our intergenerational estimates suggest that the strongest and most important predictor for young people's right-wing extremism are parents' right-wing extremist attitudes. While intergenerational associations in attitudes towards immigration are equally high for sons and daughters, we find a positive… Expand
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