Mapping discrimination in Europe through a field experiment in amateur sport

  title={Mapping discrimination in Europe through a field experiment in amateur sport},
  author={Carlos Gomez-Gonzalez and Cornel Nesseler and Helmut Dietl},
  journal={Humanities and Social Sciences Communications},
Societies are increasingly multicultural and diverse, consisting of members who migrated from various other countries. However, immigrants and ethnic minorities often face discrimination in the form of fewer opportunities for labor and housing, as well as limitations on interactions in other social domains. Using mock email accounts with typical native-sounding and foreign-sounding names, we contacted 23,020 amateur football clubs in 22 European countries, asking to participate in a training… 

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