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Religious beliefs, practices, attitudes and self-identity among Quakers (2578)

Type of Data: Religious beliefs, practices, attitudes and self-identity among Quakers (2578)

Faith Community: Christianity (Religious Society of Friends)

Date: 2003

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 600 (75% response)

Population: Attenders at 48 Quaker meetings for worship

Keywords: Bible, Britain Yearly Meeting, business meetings, Christianity, The Friend, God, human nature, Jesus Christ, law-breaking, meetings for worship, membership, Monthly Meeting, moral standards, office holding, peace, prayer, progress, Quaker Faith and Practice, Quakerism, Quakers, reincarnation, religious experience, religious upbringing, science, social gatherings, study groups, violence, voting

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Rosie Rutherford

Published Source:

  • Mark S. Cary and Ben Pink Dandelion, 'Three Kinds of British Friends: A Latent Class Analysis', Quaker Studies, Vol. 12, 2007-08, pp. 145-56
  • Mark S. Cary, Ben Pink Dandelion and Rosie Rutherford, 'Comparing Two Surveys of Britain Yearly Meeting, 1990 and 2003', Quaker Studies, Vol. 13, 2008-09, pp. 238-45

    BRIN ID: 2578


    Dataset available from Ben Pink Dandelion, Centre for Postgraduate Quaker Studies, University of Birmingham

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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