Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on ReligionInstitute for Studies of Relgion
IJRR :: 2023 Volume 19 :: Article 7
2023 Volume 19, Article 7
Measuring Ethnodoxy in Egypt and Morocco

Author: Hannah M. Ridge, Ph.D. (Chapman University)

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Ethnodoxy is the conceptual linkage of an ethnic group with a particular religion. It has been previously documented in Slavic Orthodox communities. This study uses Arabic-language surveys in Egypt and Morocco to measure this ethno-religious linkage among Arab Muslims. It develops a parsimonious survey scale for measuring ethnodoxy. It also demonstrates that ethnodox and non-ethnodox Egyptians and Moroccans have different political preferences, both for regime type and for the role of religion in politics.

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