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Social attitudes and behaviour (1614)

Type of Data: Social attitudes and behaviour (1614)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 1994-1995

Geography: England

Sample Size: 470 ministers (47% response), 1300 church members (50% response), 177 non-churchgoers (18% response), 488 customers (49% response)

Population: Ministers, church members, non-churchgoers, customers of Ansvar Insurance

Keywords: Affairs, age of consent, alcohol, car ownership, Christians, church attendance, Church leaders, clergy, cohabitation, confidence in institutions, divorce, drinking, drug-taking, environment, expectation of Christians, extra-marital sex, gambling, homosexuality, honesty, insurance, leisure, letters, marriage, ministry, morality, National Lottery, newspaper readership, pre-marital sex, radio, right and wrong, self-assessed Christianity, sex, smoking, spare time activities, spending, substance use, telephone calls, television, trust, unsolicited mail, values, workload

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Christian Research

Sponsor: Ansvar Insurance

Published Source:

  • Quadrant, Special Edition 1995
  • Baptist Times, 16 November 1995
  • Church Times, 17 November 1995
  • Church of England Newspaper, 17 November 1995
  • Methodist Recorder, 23 November 1995

    BRIN ID: 1614


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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