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Religion and social cohesion: Youth exclusion and religious organisations in a super-diverse city district of Oslo, Norway

Bjørn Hallstein Holte (2018)

Key facts

Type of publication
Book
Elements of social cohesion
Intergroup relations
Connectedness
Geographical focus
Norway
Main thematic areas
Youth
Concept & measurement

Summary

This thesis asks how religious organisations’ activities and engagements for youth in a super-diverse city district of Oslo contribute to social cohesion. The thesis approaches the research question on two levels: a theoretical discussion of social cohesion and qualitative research on youth exclusion and on religious organisations’ activities and engagements for youth in the city district.

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