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Varför tycker vi inte bara alla lika? : En kvantitativ studie om inställningar och tillit till den svenska välfärdsstaten hos personer med utländsk bakgrund

Silverbåge, Björn LU and Andersson, Lovisa LU (2018) SOPA63 20181
School of Social Work
Abstract
Authors: Björn Silverbåge & Lovisa Andersson
Title: Why do we not all think alike?

A quantitative study about attitudes and trust towards
the Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage.
Supervisor: Anna Tegunimataka
Assessor:Håkan Johansson

The aim of this study was to investigate attitudes and trust towards the
Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage based on Inglehart and Baker’s modernization theory (2000). Their attitudes was then compared to people with a Swedish heritage. To investigate this issue, the study used a cross-sectional study based upon SIFOs välfärdsstatsundersökning (welfare state survey) from 2010, using a simple random sample. In order to properly attempt to research... (More)
Authors: Björn Silverbåge & Lovisa Andersson
Title: Why do we not all think alike?

A quantitative study about attitudes and trust towards
the Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage.
Supervisor: Anna Tegunimataka
Assessor:Håkan Johansson

The aim of this study was to investigate attitudes and trust towards the
Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage based on Inglehart and Baker’s modernization theory (2000). Their attitudes was then compared to people with a Swedish heritage. To investigate this issue, the study used a cross-sectional study based upon SIFOs välfärdsstatsundersökning (welfare state survey) from 2010, using a simple random sample. In order to properly attempt to research these attitudes a divide of the world’s countries was made, generating different zones with appropriate countries within each zone based on such things as;
cultural history, religious belief and, to some extent, geographically factors.The study has reviewed questions regarding unemployment, ealthcare, elderly care and education.The result shows that there is a slight difference in attitudes and trust between different zones,thus implying that Inglehart and Baker’s modernization theory appears to be correct.
Certain world zones appeared to share the same level of trust and attitudes as Sweden.However other zones, although almost always sharing the same attitudes as Sweden, showed a more noticeable difference of a lower level of trust when it came to the Swedish welfare state. (Less)
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Silverbåge, Björn LU and Andersson, Lovisa LU
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organization
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SOPA63 20181
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Welfare state, attitudes, trust, Sweden
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Swedish
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8945784
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  abstract     = {Authors: Björn Silverbåge & Lovisa Andersson
Title: Why do we not all think alike?
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A quantitative study about attitudes and trust towards 
the Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage. 
Supervisor: Anna Tegunimataka
Assessor:Håkan Johansson

The aim of this study was to investigate attitudes and trust towards the 
Swedish welfare state among people with a foreign heritage based on Inglehart and Baker’s modernization theory (2000). Their attitudes was then compared to people with a Swedish heritage. To investigate this issue, the study used a cross-sectional study based upon SIFOs välfärdsstatsundersökning (welfare state survey) from 2010, using a simple random sample. In order to properly attempt to research these attitudes a divide of the world’s countries was made, generating different zones with appropriate countries within each zone based on such things as;
cultural history, religious belief and, to some extent, geographically factors.The study has reviewed questions regarding unemployment, ealthcare, elderly care and education.The result shows that there is a slight difference in attitudes and trust between different zones,thus implying that Inglehart and Baker’s modernization theory appears to be correct. 
Certain world zones appeared to share the same level of trust and attitudes as Sweden.However other zones, although almost always sharing the same attitudes as Sweden, showed a more noticeable difference of a lower level of trust when it came to the Swedish welfare state.},
  author       = {Silverbåge, Björn and Andersson, Lovisa},
  keyword      = {Welfare state,attitudes,trust,Sweden},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Varför tycker vi inte bara alla lika? : En kvantitativ studie om inställningar och tillit till den svenska välfärdsstaten hos personer med utländsk bakgrund},
  year         = {2018},
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