Aplicación de correlación canónica para la detección de la influencia de la práctica religiosa en la integración política de los inmigrantes / Application of the Canonical Correlation for the detection of the influence of religiosity in the political...

Guillermo Enrique Boscán Carrasquero, Pablo Nicolás Biderbost

Resumen


Resumen

 

El nivel de religiosidad ha sido identificado como uno de los factores que promueven (o contraen) las diferentes competencias cívicas que, a su vez, son tomadas como indicadores de integración política de los inmigrantes en las sociedades de acogida. En el presente artículo, se presentan los resultados de una investigación que, entre otras variables, ha explorado cómo la práctica religiosa contribuye al desarrollo de distintas actitudes políticas entre adolescentes de origen inmigrante que asisten a escuelas secundarios y/o bachilleratos en once ciudades españolas. Los datos recogidos son analizados mediante la técnica de estadística multivariante denominada Análisis de Correlación Canónica.

Palabras clave: religiosidad, integración política, competencias cívicas, inmigración, adolescencia.

 

Abstract

 

The level of religiosity has been identified as one of the factors promoting (or diminishing) the different civic competencies. The latter are, at the same time, indicators of the level of political integration of the migrants in the host societies. In this article, we share the results of a research where we explored the influence of the religious practices on the development of political attitudes among teenagers with migrant background attending secondary and high schools in eleven Spanish cities. Data collected is statistically analysed making use of Canonical Correlations.

Keywords: religiosity, political integration, civic competencies, immigration, adolescence.

 

Pablo Nicolás Biderbost Orcid: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4086-3658

Guillermo Enrique Boscán Carrasquero Orcid: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4199-2160



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