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English title Repulsed by the “Other”: Integrating Theory with Method in the Study of Intergroup Association
Author(s)
Language English
Type Journal article
Year 2015

Abstract

We offer an integration of theory and method in the study of intergroup social associations. Specifically, we show that models for intergroup association tables developed using generic log-linear methods for categorical data analysis embody a general theoretical point of view on the driving force behind intergroup association, namely, as the outcome of a probabilistic process of repulsion from dissimilar others. We develop this argument and illustrate it with intermarriage data. We conclude by identifying the advantages that accrue to both theory and method when the theoretical assumptions underlying the application of a generic statistical methodology are clearly understood.

Year2015
Volume33
Issue1
From page no20
To page no43
RefereedYes
DOI10.1177/0735275115572687
Journal:Sociological theory
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