Effect of Religious Similarity on Dyadic Conflict: Intervening Variables

From Scriptures, Shrines, Scapegoats, and World Politics: Religious Sources of Conflict and Cooperation in the Modern Era by Zeev Maoz and Errol A. Henderson

  • Religion
  • Political Science:Political Theory
  • Political Science:International Relations
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  • Fig. 5.3. Effect of religious similarity on dyadic conflict: intervening variables. Note: Lines are marginal effects of religious similarity (horizontal axis) on the probability of dyadic MID outbreak (vertical axis). Separate lines indicate effects by level of intervening variable (e.g., religious homogeneity, religion-state relations, era). Error bars are 95% confidence intervals. The effect of religious similarity on conflict at one level of the intervening variable is significantly different from the effect of religious similarity on conflict at another level of the dependent variable if the confidence intervals associated with these two lines do not overlap.