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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alexandr Byzov
Determinants of Lay Normative Judgements About Migrants' Rights: an Experimental Approach
Complex Social Analysis
(Master’s programme)
2018
The main purpose of my master thesis is to find out whether the information about individual immigrants (such as religious denomination, country of origins, ethnicity, job qualification, education level, native language's skills, legality, and family status) have influence on lay normative judgements about immigrant's social, economic and political rights.

I have conducted two survey experiments (N=17813).

The experimental data illustrates, that these informational stimuli have significant influence on the lay normative judgements. Moreover, these factors have different impact on socio-economic and political rights.

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