National (Dis)identification and Ethnic and Religious Identity: A Study Among Turkish-Dutch Muslims

  title={National (Dis)identification and Ethnic and Religious Identity: A Study Among Turkish-Dutch Muslims},
  author={Maykel Verkuyten and Ali Yıldız},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  pages={1448 - 1462}
National (dis)identification is examined in three studies among Turkish-Dutch Muslim participants. In explaining national (dis)identification, the first study focuses on ethnic identity, the second on ethnic and religious identity, and the third on three dimensions of religious identity. Many participants show low commitment to the nation, and many indicate national disidentification. In addition, there is very strong ethnic and religious identification. Ethnic and Muslim identifications relate… 

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