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Political Influence and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes


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Title: Political Influence and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes
Authors: Slotte, Nicolai
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2015
Degree: Master theses
Series/Report no.: EURP MA
100
Keywords: Political Articulation
Socio-Economic Characteristics
Anti-Immigrant Attitudes
Theory of Elite Discourse
Multi-Level
Cross-Sectional
Interaction
Immigration
Abstract: The study explores the mediating effects of political influence in the form of political articulation, e.g. the ‘political message’ on individual-level data measuring the effects of the level of ‘security’ and’ vulnerability’, within a given socio-economic characteristic (household income, education and employment status) on the effects on anti-immigrant attitudes. Asking the following research question: Does the effect of socio-economic characteristics on anti-immigrant attitudes depend on... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/41187
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