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Title: Societal debates (Vol III)
Authors: Sammut, Gordon
Mifsud, Rebekah
Brockdorff, Noellie
Keywords: Toleration -- Malta
Well-being -- Malta
Public safety -- Malta
Abortion -- Malta -- Attitudes
Cannabis -- Malta -- Public opinion
Prostitution -- Malta -- Public opinion
Tax evasion -- Malta -- Public opinion
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: University of Malta. National Safety and Security Monitor
Citation: Sammut, G., Mifsud, R., & Brockdorff, N. (2021). Societal Debates (Vol III). National Safety and Security Monitor, University of Malta.
Series/Report no.: ;3
Abstract: We report survey findings regarding three concerns that bear an influence on the social representation of policing. Following a presentation of the methodological undertaking, we proceed to report findings concerning (a) the general level of tolerance exhibited by the Maltese population relative to various socio-ethnic minority groups (b) the relationship between wellbeing and various indicators of confidence in the police, and (c) the distribution of public opinion with regards to politically contested behaviours. We conclude with a discussion of the findings and recommendations regarding the study and treatment of public opinion with regard to the role served by the police. [excerpt from the introduction]
Description: This report is part of a project conducted by the University of Malta and funded by the Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security.
ISBN: 9789918000807
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