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Are authoritarianism and militancy key characteristics of religious fundamentalism? : A latent class analysis of an Egyptian Muslim sample

Are authoritarianism and militancy key characteristics of religious fundamentalism? : A latent class analysis of an Egyptian Muslim sample

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SADOWSKI, Friederike, Jérôme ENDRASS, Andreas ZICK, 2019. Are authoritarianism and militancy key characteristics of religious fundamentalism? : A latent class analysis of an Egyptian Muslim sample. In: Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. American Psychological Association (APA). 11(4), pp. 442-448. ISSN 1941-1022. eISSN 1943-1562. Available under: doi: 10.1037/rel0000165

@article{Sadowski2019-11autho-48764, title={Are authoritarianism and militancy key characteristics of religious fundamentalism? : A latent class analysis of an Egyptian Muslim sample}, year={2019}, doi={10.1037/rel0000165}, number={4}, volume={11}, issn={1941-1022}, journal={Psychology of Religion and Spirituality}, pages={442--448}, author={Sadowski, Friederike and Endrass, Jérôme and Zick, Andreas} }

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