Edited by Heikki Ervasti, Torben Fridberg, Mikael Hjerm and Kristen Ringdal
Providing highly rigorous and up-to-date data, with a wide coverage of topics, this book will be of great interest to academics and students in sociology, social policy and political science. It will also appeal to anyone interested in the Nordic countries in general.
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- Nordic Social Attitudes in a European Perspective
- Chapter 1: The Nordic Model
- Chapter 2: The Welfare State, Poverty and Social Exclusion
- Chapter 3: Health and Happiness
- Chapter 4: Social Capital
- Chapter 5: Who Should Decide? A Comparative Analysis of Multilevel Governance in Europe
- Chapter 6: Political Activism
- Chapter 7: Trust in Political Institutions
- Chapter 8: Disagreement About the Division of Work Among Couples in Europe: The Role of Gender Ideology and Labour Involvement
- Chapter 9: Non-standard Employment and Job Quality
- Chapter 10: Attitudes Towards Immigrants
- Chapter 11: Economic Morality
- Chapter 12: The Meaning and Implications of Religiosity
- Chapter 13: Conclusion: Nordic Uniqueness, Reality or Myth?
- Data Source and Statistical Methods
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