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Extent of religious discrimination (1387)

Type of Data: Extent of religious discrimination (1387)

Faith Community: General, Islam

Date: 2000, February-March

Geography: England and Wales

Sample Size: 628 (34% response)

Population: National and local religious organizations

Keywords: Criminal justice, discrimination, education, employment, funding bodies, health, housing, Islamophobia, law, media, prejudice, religious discrimination, religious movements

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Religious Resource and Research Centre, University of Derby

Sponsor: Home Office

Survey Instrument: Weller, Feldman and Purdam, Religious Discrimination in England and Wales, pp. 131-45

Published Source:

  • Paul Weller, Alice Feldman and Kingsley Purdam, Religious Discrimination in England and Wales, Home Office Research Study, No. 220, London: Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, 2001
  • Paul Weller, 'The Dimensions and Dynamics of Religious Discrimination: Findings and Analysis from the UK', The Challenge of Religious Discrimination at the Dawn of the New Millennium. ed. Nazila Ghanea, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003, pp. 57-81
  • Paul Weller, Alice Feldman and Kingsley Purdam, 'Muslims and Religious Discrimination in England and Wales', Muslims in Europe: From the Margin to the Centre, ed. Jamal Malik, Munster: LIT Verlag, 2004, pp. 115-44

    BRIN ID: 1387


    628 respondees were organisations rather than individuals

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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