Religious Fundamentalism, Attitudes toward Political Violence, and Developmental Idealism among Youth in Egypt and Saudi Arabia – 2005
Comparative Values Surveys of Islamic Countries
Comparative Cross-National Study of Religious Fundamentalism, Developmental Idealism, Values, and Morality in the Middle East and North Africa
Arland Thornton, University of Michigan
Mansoor Moaddel, University of Maryland
Stuart Karabenick, University of Michigan
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