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Muslim attitudes to radicalization and terrorism (3351)

Type of Data: Muslim attitudes to radicalization and terrorism (3351)

Faith Community: Islam

Date: 2011-2012

Geography: Local survey. East London and Bradford

Sample Size: 608

Population: Adults aged 18-45 of Pakistani or Bangladeshi family origin and of Muslim heritage

Keywords: Afghanistan, anxiety, bombs, British government, depression, discrimination, foreign policy, health and wellbeing, importance of religion, Iraq, mosque attendance, political engagement, radicalization, social capital, terrorism, violence

Collection Method: Face-to-face interview

Collection Agency: Ipsos MORI

Sponsor: Kamaldeep Bhui, Queen Mary, University of London

Published Source:

  • Kamaldeep Bhui, Nasir Warfa, and Edgar Jones, 'Is Violent Radicalisation Associated with Poverty, Migration, Poor Self-Reported Health, and Common Mental Disorders?' PLOS One, Vol. 9, No. 3, March 2014, e90718
  • Kamaldeep Bhui, Brian Everitt, and Edgar Jones, 'Might Depression, Psychosocial Adversity, and Limited Social Assets Explain Vulnerability to and Resistance against Violent Radicalisation?' PLOS One, Vol. 9, No. 9, September 2014, e105918
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/2014/latest-surveys-on-islamic-state/

    BRIN ID: 3351


    A quota sample was used

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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