Chapter 4 analyzes religious and ethnic identification. Its concern is with a broad range of life patterns—attitudes and behaviors in both the private and public spheres. To this end, the data are treated from several different but complementary approaches, including analysis of the structure of ethno-religious identification, descriptive analysis of the strength of this identification, and an analytic analysis of the determinants of group identification.
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