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Attitudes and experiences of British Hindus (3096)

Type of Data: Attitudes and experiences of British Hindus (3096)

Faith Community: Hinduism

Date: 2006, January-April

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 680

Population: Hindus

Keywords: Cohesion, disability, discrimination, English society, ethnicity, gender equality, Hindu community, identity, integration, national media, neighbourhood, politics, prejudice, public services, women, young people

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Runnymede Trust

Sponsor: Hindu Forum of Britain with sponsorship from Cohesion and Faiths Unit, Department of Communities and Local Government

Published Source:

  • Connecting British Hindus: An Enquiry into the Identity and Public Engagement of Hindus in Britain, London: Runnymede Trust, 2006

    BRIN ID: 3096


    The sample was recruited via the Hindu Forum of Britain website and was self-selecting, being also disproportionately male, middle-aged and from the Birmingham, Leicester and London metropolitan areas

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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