Although only minorities of students tended to endorse the use of violence, there were considerable differences across the participating countries. Female students, students who expected to complete a university education, and students with higher levels of civic knowledge were less likely than the other students to express positive attitudes toward the use of violence.
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Schulz, W., Ainley, J., Cox, C., Friedman, T. (2018). Students’ views on peaceful coexistence. In: Young People's Views of Government, Peaceful Coexistence, and Diversity in Five Latin American Countries. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95393-9_4
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