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Religious and related beliefs, practices and attitudes (3002)

Type of Data: Religious and related beliefs, practices and attitudes (3002)

Faith Community: General, Islam

Date: 2009, August-2010, March

Geography: Great Britain. Part of multinational survey

Sample Size: 1561

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Afterlife, anti-Semitism, births, books, censorship, children, Christians, Church, Churches, church attendance, churchgoing, comfort and strength, confidence, deaths, divine, films, God, government, heaven, hell, human sin, importance of religion, Islamophobia, Jews, life after death, life force, lucky charms, marriage, membership of religious organizations, moral problems, Muslims, neighbours, one true religion, politics, prayer, prejudice, problems of family life, reincarnation, religious affiliation, religious dress, religious leaders, rites of passage, sacred, self-assessed religiosity, shared religious beliefs, sin, social problems, spirit, spiritual needs, supernatural, upbringing

Collection Method: Face-to-face interview

Collection Agency: Quality Fieldwork and Research Services

Sponsor: European Values Study Group, with British funding from the Economic and Social Research Council

Published Source:

  • Jonathan Birdwell and Mark Littler, Faithful Citizens, London: Demos, 2012
  • Loek Halman, Inge Sieben and Marga van Zundert, Atlas of European Values: Trends and Traditions at the Turn of the Century, Leiden: Brill, 2012
  • Ben Clements: 'Religion and the Sources of Public Opposition to Abortion in Britain: The Role of "Belonging", "Behaving", and "Believing"', Sociology, Vol. 48, 2014, pp. 369-86.

    BRIN ID: 3002


    Part of European Values Study, Wave 4. Multinational survey, undertaken in 46 other European countries besides Great Britain. Datasets available at UKDA as SN 6757 (Great Britain only), SN 6539 (all 47 countries, including Great Britain) and SN 6983 (international longitudinal data file for Waves 1-4, 1981-2008)

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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