The next generation? A reexamination of religious influence on Mexican-American attitudes toward same-sex marriage

@article{Chaturvedi2014TheNG,
  title={The next generation? A reexamination of religious influence on Mexican-American attitudes toward same-sex marriage},
  author={Neilan S. Chaturvedi},
  journal={Politics, Groups, and Identities},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={589 - 606}
}
  • Neilan S. Chaturvedi
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Politics, Groups, and Identities
  • This article examines Mexican-American political attitudes on same-sex marriage (SSM). This article makes a significant contribution to the study of Latino politics by examining generational influences and reexamining the effects of religious preference on Mexican-American attitudes on SSM. Using data from the Pew Hispanic Forum in 2006 on religion, I find that Mexican-Americans in later generational cohorts (i.e., the second generation and beyond) are much more likely to be in favor of SSM… CONTINUE READING
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