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See detailDevoutness to Islam and the Attitudinal Acceptance of Political Violence Among Young Muslims in Germany
Hadjar, Andreas UL; Schiefer, David; Boehnke, Klaus et al

in Political Psychology (2019), 40(2), 205-222

This article investigates the links between religious beliefs and capitalist mentalities—namely devoutness to Islam and hierarchic self-interest (HSI)—and violence-accepting attitudes among the young ... [more ▼]

This article investigates the links between religious beliefs and capitalist mentalities—namely devoutness to Islam and hierarchic self-interest (HSI)—and violence-accepting attitudes among the young Muslim migrant population in Germany. Following a situational perspective, these links are analyzed under different individual conditions structured by (socioeconomic) precariousness and education. Based on framing approaches and concepts from socialization theory, we derive the following hypothesis: The links between religious beliefs and capitalist mentalities and the attitudinal acceptance of violence are stronger among individuals with low levels of education and a precarious economic status (compared to high education/non-precarious status). The strongest link is expected for a negative status inconsistency (high education/precarious economic status). Structural equation models for data from a random probability sample of 350 Muslims (aged 14–32 years) in Germany indicate that attitudinal acceptance of violence among young Muslims is not predicted by devoutness to Islam but by economic precariousness and by acceptance of capitalist values of the HSI belief system. [less ▲]

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See detailIntergenerationale Werteähnlichkeit, Distanz zu gesellschaftlichen Mainstream-Werten und subjektives Wohlbefinden von MigrantInnen
Hadjar, Andreas UL; Boehnke, Klaus; Knafo, Ariel et al

in Weiss, Hilde; Schnell, Philipp; Gülay, Ates (Eds.) Zwischen den Generationen. Transmissionsprozesse in Familien mit Migrationshintergrund (2014)

Intergenerationale Wertetransmissionsprozesse – und damit auch die Ähnlichkeit zwischen den Werteprioritäten der Eltern und denen der Kinder als Produkt dieser Prozesse – sind essentiell für die ... [more ▼]

Intergenerationale Wertetransmissionsprozesse – und damit auch die Ähnlichkeit zwischen den Werteprioritäten der Eltern und denen der Kinder als Produkt dieser Prozesse – sind essentiell für die Reproduktion der Kultur einer Gesellschaft. Ein wesentliches Motiv, die Werthaltungen der Eltern bzw. der Gesellschaft zu übernehmen, kann aus der rationalen Perspektive der Theorie der sozialen Produktionsfunktionen (Ormel et al. 1999) darin gesehen werden, dass über Verhaltensbestätigung subjektives Wohlbefinden produziert werden kann. Die Dimension der Verhaltensbestätigung wird als „the feeling of doing ‚the right thing‘ in the eyes of relevant others (including yourself)“ (Lindenberg 2002, S. 649) beschrieben, wobei dies auch die Übereinstimmung hinsichtlich verhaltensrelevanter Normen und Werten von Bezugspersonen und –gruppen beinhaltet. [less ▲]

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See detailParent-child value similarity and subjective well-being in the context of migration: An exploration
Hadjar, Andreas UL; Boehnke, Klaus; Knafo, Ariel et al

in Family Science (2012), 3(1), 55-63

Intergenerational value similarity has a different meaning for migrants and minorities compared to the majority society. Whereas high parent-child value similarity among majority families more likely ... [more ▼]

Intergenerational value similarity has a different meaning for migrants and minorities compared to the majority society. Whereas high parent-child value similarity among majority families more likely indicates successful internalization of societal values, high intergenerational similarity among migrants may indicate a lack of social integration into the host society. The present paper links parent-adolescent value similarity among migrant/minority and majority families to subjective well-being in two societies, Germany and Israel (Total N = 977 families). Analyses assess intergenerational similarity on all values from the Schwartz value circumplex. Among majority groups intergenerational value similarity is a predictor of life satisfaction. In minority groups it is more so a low distance of a family’s value preferences to the modal values of the majority group that predicts life satisfaction – but only in Israel. [less ▲]

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