Inter-Group Perceptions of the
by Ranmini Vithanagama
This exploratory study uses data from a quantitative survey of 2,000
respondents and life histories collected from 42 respondents covering nine
districts in Sri Lanka, to understand people’s perceptions of the religious
‘other’. The sample consisted of Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Roman
Catholics, and non-Roman Catholic Christians in equal proportions.