Studenters attityder till invandring och minoritetsgrupper : En attitydundersökning bland socionom- och juriststudenter
Sammanfattning: This study examines attitudes towards Swedish immigration and minority groups in Sweden among social work students and law students at Lund university. Firstly, this study examines if there are similarities and differences in attitudes among the students by using univariate analysis. Secondly, this study examines if there are any correlations between attitudes and the following variables: age, gender, ethnicity, citizenship, education level, working status, religious beliefs and political affiliation by using bivariate analysis. In order to collect data surveys were distributed among social work students and law students at Lund university. The sampling method used in this study was convenience sample. The study results show a widespread openness towards immigration and minority groups among social work students and law students at Lund University. The study results also show that there are some correlations between variables – such as education level, gender and religious beliefs – and attitudes towards immigration and minority groups. Lastly, the study results are analysed and discussed based on group conflict theory and the nature of prejudice.
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