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A Quantitative Analysis of Regional Well-Being: Identity and Gender in India, South Africa, the USA

PrologueInnovative featuresNotesReferencesSubjective well-­being: happiness and life satisfaction in India and South AfricaIntroductionDominant and subordinate groups in India and South AfricaModel specificationThe method of recycled predictionsEstimation results from the happiness equationEstimation results from the life satisfaction equationA comparison of happiness between India and South AfricaHappiness, inequality, and social welfareDiagrammatic representationConclusionNotesReferencesMental health: depression, anxiety, and anger in the USIntroductionThe dataOutlining an econometric model of depression, anxiety, and angerThe method of recycled predictionsThe determining variablesThe predicted probabilities of depression, anxiety, and angerThe interaction of gender with other determinants of mental illnessGender discrimination in depression and anxietyConclusionNotesReferencesDomestic violence: emotional and physical abuse of wives in IndiaIntroductionDomestic violence in the NFHS-4Social groupsControlling behaviourEmotional abusePhysical abuseEconometric estimationSocial groupsHousehold wealthControlling behaviourWives’ ageWives’ educationWives’ occupationChildren and locationHusbands’ drunkennessWives’ attitude to wife-beatingHow much of the inequality in emotional and physical abuse can be explained?Number of controls imposed on wivesConclusionNotesReferencesRacial bias in policing: police stop-­and-­searches in England and WalesIntroductionSome data-related issuesStops under the PACE, CJPO, and Terrorism ActsThe benchmark populationThe decomposition of stop rates by AreaAn econometric model of stop rates in E&WEstimation resultsA decomposition method for measuring ethnic bias in police stopsIs racial bias in police stops necessarily bad?A Bayesian analysis of stops and arrestsConclusionNotesReferencesPrejudice: xenophobia, homophobia, and patriarchy in the worldIntroductionMeasuring xenophobiaEmpirical results for xenophobiaMeasuring homophobiaPatriarchy and attitudes towards womenReligion and patriarchyMeasuring patriarchyWelfare equivalent patriarchyMultivariate analysis of xenophobia, homophobia, and patriarchyHomophobia and xenophobiaGender differences in homophobia and xenophobiaMultivariate analysis of differences in male-female views on gender equalityConclusionWorld Values Survey 6 regions by country and sample sizeList of countries in World Values Survey 6 by religionNotesReferencesEpilogue

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