Being Muslim and working for peace: Group identification, religious beliefsets and political behaviour in Gujarat
While social scientists ingreasingly share the assumption that religion can generally escalate as much as de-escalate conflict, the reconstruction of this ambivalence on the micro-level of religious identity and social action is still in its infancy. This empirical case study led to the identificati...
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