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A Post-Crisis Analysis of the Attitudes and Value Orientations of the Islamic Publics in Egypt, Iran, and Morocco

a PSC Research Project

Investigator:   Mansoor Moaddel

Using face-to-face interviews on nationally representative samples in Egypt, Iran, and Morocco, this study will continue surveys of worldviews with the objectives of: (1) analyzing the public's value orientation, (2) understanding the connection between social groups and value structure, (3) assessing the relationship between secularization, rational-legal authority, and liberal urgency, and (4) examining similarity among the values in the three countries. In particular, this study will investigate attitudes and beliefs of these Islamic populations post 9/11, which will allow the investigator to identify changes from the pre-9/11 survey.

Countries of Focus: Egypt, Iran, Morocco

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