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Cross-National Public Opinion about HomosexualityExamining Attitudes across the Globe$
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Amy Adamczyk

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780520288751

Published to California Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520288751.001.0001

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Understanding Views in Muslim Countries

Understanding Views in Muslim Countries

An Analysis of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Turkey

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(p.103) Chapter 4 Understanding Views in Muslim Countries
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Cross-National Public Opinion about Homosexuality
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Amy Adamczyk

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University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520288751.003.0005

This chapter tells the story of public opinion about homosexuality in Turkey, Malaysia, and Indonesia, each of which has a substantial proportion of Muslims and highly religious residents. Similar to the selection of Protestant nations, these three countries vary in their level of democracy, economic development, and attitudes about homosexuality. This chapter also uses information from over four hundred newspaper articles from these nations. The findings reveal that Turkey is more likely to frame homosexuality as a rights and civil liberties issue. Conversely, Malaysia is less likely to mention not only rights but also morality and religion. The various frames used to discuss homosexuality are tied to some of the unique factors manifested in the historical, political, and cultural contexts of these nations, as well as anticipated patterns related to economic development, democracy, and the religious context.

Keywords:   Turkey, Malaysia, Indonesia, Muslim, newspaper articles, rights, morality

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