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2017-11-10 Sterkens, Dr. C.J.A. (Radboud University, Nijmegen) 10.17026/dans-zbe-rcb4
“Interreligious Conflicts in Indonesia 2017” provides documentation of a cross-religious dataset among the general population in six potential conflict regions in Indonesia. The Dans Data Guide 15 (meta-data) contains the research topic, theoretical framework, relevant concepts and measurements, the purposive sampling of locations, data collection procedures, the random selection of respondents and the response rates. The data were collected to investigate the relationship of ethno-religious identification with support for interreligious violence among the general population in carefully selected areas of latent and manifest conflict in Indonesia: Bekasi, South Lampung, Singkil-Aceh, Poso, Kupang, and Sampang-Madura. This research applies and further develops an integrated theory of intergroup conflict, in formulating and empirically testing hypotheses on cross-cultural and inter-individual differences of latent conflict, more specifically inter-group contact avoidance and support of interreligious protests and interreligious violence. The research is funded by the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP).