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This chapter synthesizes the findings of the quantitative and qualitative analyses. Here, I reiterate the insights gleaned from the quantitative analyses, and illustrate the ways by which the case studies either support or call into question the proposed causal relationships. Furthermore, I discuss the degree of certainty with which the findings can be accepted, the generalizability of the results to advanced industrial societies, and lastly suggest avenues for further research.
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