Perceived Discrimination in the Netherlands: A Study on Experiences with Discrimination of Different Groups, in Different Domains and on Different Grounds, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Perceived Discrimination in the Netherlands

A Study on Experiences with Discrimination of Different Groups, in Different Domains and on Different Grounds, 1st Edition

By Iris Andriessen, Henk Fernee, Karin Wittebrood

Netherlands Institute for Social Research

70 pages

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pub: 2014-07-30
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Description

This book aims to chart the extent to which residents of the Netherlands perceive that they are subject to discrimination, from the perspectives of group identities, discrimination grounds, and societal domains. In addition, it highlights the consequences that people attach to their experiences. The study shows that different types of perceived discrimination are associated with different groups and are related to the way in which groups are perceived in Dutch society.

About the Authors

Iris Andriessen has studied discrimination as a researcher at the Netherlands Institute for Social Research SCP since 2007.

Henk Fernee is survey methodologist at the Netherlands Institute for Social Research SCP since 2009.

Karin Wittebrood’s research interests are focused on crime and justice.

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Netherlands Institute for Social Research

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOC026000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General