Lisa Hoffmann / Matthias Basedau / Simone Gobien / Sebastian Prediger

Replication Data for: Universal Love or One True Religion? Experimental Evidence of the Ambivalent Effect of Religious Ideas on Altruism and Discrimination


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    Replication Data for Article: Hoffmann, Lisa, Matthias Basedau, Simone Gobien, and Sebastian Prediger (2020), Universal Love or One True Religion? Experimental Evidence of the Ambivalent Effect of Religious Ideas on Altruism and Discrimination, in: American Journal of Political Science, 64, 3, 603-620, https://doi.org/10.1111/ajps.12479.

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    Prof. Dr. Matthias Basedau

    Director of the GIGA Institute for African Affairs / Editor GIGA Focus Africa

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-517matthias.basedau@giga-hamburg.de

    Dr. Simone Gobien

    Formerly Associate

    gobien@leuphana.de


    American Journal of Political Science | 2020

    Universal Love or One True Religion? Experimental Evidence of the Ambivalent Effect of Religious Ideas on Altruism and Discrimination

    In this article, we argue that the content of religious ideas has causal effects on intergroup discrimination. We hence test the impact of two opposing, prominent religious ideas on altruism and discrimination: universal love and the notion of one true religion.

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