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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55653
Doc. No:TL25607
Call number:‭1462451‬
Main Entry:Cameron C. Wimpy
Title & Author:Cohort and cultural effects on unconventional political behaviorCameron C. Wimpy
College:Arkansas State University
Date:2009
Degree:M.A.
student score:2009
Page No:42
Abstract:This thesis examines unconventional political behavior in the Muslim world by comparing it to Europe to test the influence of culture. Using data from the most recent wave of the World Values Survey, several hypotheses regarding the primary sources of protest behavior in the Muslim world are tested to determine whether Muslims behave in a politically unique way. Using ordinary least squares regression, I find that Europeans are more likely to engage in protest activity than Muslims. Further, it is determined that cohort differences are responsible for predicting unconventional political behavior in the Muslim world. Last, I demonstrate that religiosity is not a major predictor of protest activity in the Muslim world.
Subject:Social sciences; Cohort; Islam and politics; Middle East politics; Muslim culture; Unconventional political behavior; Political science; 0615:Political science
Added Entry:F. D. Levenbach
Added Entry:Arkansas State University