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Title: Homonationalism in Europe? A Quantitative Comparison of the Values of Europeans
Author: Freude, Leon
Vergés Bosch, Núria
Keywords: Homosexualitat
Valors socials
Governs comparats
Social values
Comparative government
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2020
Publisher: Springer Science + Business Media
Abstract: In the context of growing interest in sexual dissidence, academic and social movements are discussing homonationalism as the combination of tolerance towards lesbians and gays, racism and nationalism in a neoliberal globalised world. In this article we aim to quantitatively compare European nation states on homonationalist values using data collected through the European Value Study (2008-2010), through correlations and cross tabulation analysis. We ask to what extent homonationalism is reflected in the values of Europeans and if there is any difference among European countries. The results indicate that homonationalism is not reflected in the values of all Europeans. Those who are more tolerant to homosexuality tend to be less racist and nationalist. However, our results confirm the existence of groups of people in western European countries who combine tolerance to LGB people, racism and nationalism and consequently must be qualified as homonationalists.
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It is part of: Sexuality & Culture, 20, vol. 24, num. 5, p. 1292-1314
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ISSN: 1095-5143
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