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Religious provision and practice in South Norfolk (2373)

Type of Data: Religious provision and practice in South Norfolk (2373)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 1962

Geography: Local survey. South Norfolk

Sample Size: 154 ministers or officials, unknown number of adults

Population: Ministers or officials responsible for each place of worship; and adults aged 21 and over living in two parishes

Keywords: Bible, church activities, church attendance, churchgoing, church membership, churches, clergy, ecumenism, God, importance of religion, lay workers, prayer, religious affiliation, religious broadcasts, religious festivals, sacraments, Sunday school

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire (places of worship) and face-to face interview (adults)

Collection Agency: Peter D. Varney

Published Source:

  • Peter D. Varney, 'The Social Anthropology of a Region in Southern Norfolk, with Special Reference to Religious Life', University of Durham M.A. thesis, 1964
  • Peter D. Varney, 'Religion in Rural Norfolk', A Sociological Yearbook of Religion in Britain, 3, eds. David Alfred Martin and Michael Hill, London: SCM Press, 1970, pp. 65-77

    BRIN ID: 2373


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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