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Attitudes to the Gulf War (1741)

Type of Data: Attitudes to the Gulf War (1741)

Faith Community: General, Christianity (Church of England, Roman Catholic Church)

Date: 1991, February

Geography: Local survey. Hull and Beverley (Humberside)

Sample Size: 560 (43% response)

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Archbishop of Canterbury, Gulf Crisis, Gulf War, Iraq, Kuwait, Middle East, Pope, religious affiliation, Robert Runcie, Saddam Hussein, sanctions, television, violence, war

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Hull University Gulf War Project

Published Source:

  • Martin Shaw and Roy Carr-Hill, Public Opinion, Media and Violence: Attitudes to the Gulf War in a Local Population, Hull: Hull University Gulf War Project, 1991
  • Martin Shaw and Roy Carr-Hill, 'Churches and War: Attitudes During the Gulf Conflict', Contemporary Mainstream Religion: Studies From Humberside and Lincolnshire, ed. Peter G. Forster, Aldershot: Avebury, 1995, pp. 108-29

    BRIN ID: 1741


    A comparable survey was also undertaken among 55 clergy and ministers from North Humberside

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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