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Baylor Survey: Measuring Religious Values

The Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion received a major three-year grant to conduct a nationally representative multi-year study of religious values, practices, and behaviors with regard to consumption of religious goods and services. The study’s directors expected that analysis of the data would cause scholars to rethink existing measures of religious devotion, and to revisit various theories linking the influence of religion to civic engagement, spiritual capital, and other social and behavioral outcomes. The information and much more is available from the Association of Religion Data Archives.




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