Ethnic and Religious Discrimination? A Multicultural Analysis of Muslim Minorities in the West
Using a discrimination approach, this paper analyzes the consequence of religious affiliation on the status of female migrants in the labor market. Available literature emphasizes the fact that the combination of a set of major sources of discrimination such as gender, migration, ethnicity, and religion makes more severe the existing discrimination. In order to examine this relationship, the paper utilizes the statistical method of logistic regression to determine the effect of religion while...[Show more]
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