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Religious beliefs and practices, and attitudes to moral issues (1548)

Type of Data: Religious beliefs and practices, and attitudes to moral issues (1548)

Faith Community: General, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism

Date: 1996, June-1997, March

Geography: Local survey. Walsall (Staffordshire)

Sample Size: 3418 (47% response)

Population: Pupils in years 9 and 10 of county comprehensive, voluntary-aided comprehensive and grant-maintained secondary schools

Keywords: Abortion, afterlife, Christianity, church attendance, churchgoing, contraception, divorce, extra-marital sex, God, Hinduism, homosexuality, Islam, Jesus Christ, life after death, Mohammed, morality, only true religion, prayer, reincarnation, religious affiliation, religious experience, Resurrection, Sikhism, substance use, well-being

Collection Method: Self-completion questionnaire

Collection Agency: Alan G. C. Smith

Published Source:

  • Alan G. C. Smith, 'The Nature and Significance of Religion Among Adolescents in the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall', University of Wales, Bangor Ph.D. thesis, 2002
  • Alan G. C. Smith, Growing Up in Multi-Faith Britain: Explorations in Youth, Ethnicity and Religion, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2007

    BRIN ID: 1548


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