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Religious and paranormal beliefs and practices (1700)

Type of Data: Religious and paranormal beliefs and practices (1700)

Faith Community: Christianity, Alternative

Date: 1992

Geography: England

Sample Size: 891 churchgoers (72% response), 1531 non-churchgoers at secondary schools (67% response)

Population: Young people aged 12-18 who were churchgoers or non-churchgoers

Keywords: Astrology, baptism, channelling, Christianity, church attendance, churchgoing, confirmation, conversion, crystals, God, hypnosis, I Ching, Jesus Christ, meditation, ouija boards, paranormal, reflexology, religious affiliation, religious experience, services, Sunday school, tarot cards, teenagers, youth clubs

Collection Method: Self-completion questionnaire

Collection Agency: MARC Europe. MARC Europe was a church leadership training agency sponsored by World Vision, which ran from 1983 to 1993. It subsequently became independent and was renamed as Christian Research.

Survey Instrument: Brierley, Reaching and Keeping Teenagers, pp. 254-7

Published Source:

  • Peter Brierley, Reaching and Keeping Teenagers, Tunbridge Wells: MARC, 1993

    BRIN ID: 1700


    Dataset available at ESDS as SN 4645

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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