English title: Contexts of immigrant receptivity and immigrant religious outcomes: the case of Muslims in Western Europe
Author(s): Phillip Connor -
Type: Journal article
Among migration scholars, immigrant religiosity has become an important variable in understanding immigrant incorporation into the new society, but less studied are determinants of varying immigrant religious outcomes. Using a subsample of immigrant Muslims within the European Social Survey (2002, 2004, 2006), contexts of immigrant receptivity as less or more welcoming are tested on immigrant Muslim religious outcomes using multi-level modelling. Results confirm the hypothesis that less welcoming immigrant contexts are associated with higher religious outcomes among Muslim immigrants in comparison to the host region's religiosity.
From page no: 376
To page no: 403
Journal: Ethnic and Racial Studies