This paper aims at highlighting the main factors which may be symptoms of an accepting stance towards people coming from outside the EU. Two levels of analysis have been defined: a micro-level, concerning attitudes, points of view, social and economic conditions of interviewees and a macro-level concerning socio-demographic features observed at regional level. For this purpose, a data-base has been built including both the first-level information obtained from the European Social Survey and a second-level information obtained by aggregation of some first-level information. The analysis has been carried out using multilevel models. They allowed to decompose the variance of attitude towards migration indicator in the two above mentioned components bringing out political role of context in influencing tolerance attitude.
|Titolo:||Attitudes towards immigrants. A multilevel analysis on European Regions|
D'AGATA, ROSARIO GIUSEPPE (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|