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Attitudes towards and knowledge of Christian culture and morality (1696)

Type of Data: Attitudes towards and knowledge of Christian culture and morality (1696)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 1992?

Geography: England

Sample Size: 614 (205 students, 214 schoolteachers, 195 professionals)

Population: Christians, atheists and agnostics who were first-year university and polytechnic students, primary and secondary schoolteachers from the state and independent sectors, or professionals aged 40-60

Keywords: Abortion, baptism, Bible, Christian morality, Church, church attendance, churchgoing, church schools, culture, death, disarmament, divorce, ecology, environment, euthanasia, evil, extra-marital affairs, faith schools, funerals, God, good, homosexuality, liturgy, marriage, meaning of life, moral influences, morality, poverty, purpose of life, racial discrimination, religious affiliation, religious literature, sin, Third World, unemployment, upbringing, war, weddings

Collection Method: Face-to-face interview

Collection Agency: Social Surveys (Gallup Poll)

Sponsor: Rosalie Osmond and Charles Douglas-Home Memorial Trust

Published Source:

  • Rosalie Osmond, Changing Perspectives: Christian Culture and Morals in England Today, London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 1993

    BRIN ID: 1696


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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