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Attitudes to people of different races and religions (3097)

Type of Data: Attitudes to people of different races and religions (3097)

Faith Community: General, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism

Date: 2007-2008

Geography: Local survey. Blackburn (Lancashire), Kirkless (West Yorkshire) and York

Sample Size: 4422 (930 in Blackburn, 1376 in Kirklees and 2116 in York)

Population: Secondary school pupils aged 11-16 at comprehensive, church, and independent schools

Keywords: Christians, church attendance, churchgoing, extraversion, friends, God, importance of religion, Islamophobia, Muslims, neighbours, outgroup, personality, prayer, prejudice, proximity, psychoticism, relationships, religiosity, religious affiliation, Sikhs, theistic faith, tough-mindedness

Collection Method: Self-completion questionnaire

Collection Agency: Adrian Alan Brockett

Published Source:

  • Adrian Alan Brockett, Andrew Village and Leslie John Francis, 'Assessing Outgroup Prejudice among Secondary School Pupils in Northern England: Introducing the Outgroup Prejudice Index', Research in Education, No. 83, May 2010, pp. 67-77
  • Andrew Village, Leslie John Francis and Adrian Alan Brockett, 'Religious Affect among Adolescents in a Multi-Faith Society: The Role of Personality and Religious Identity', Journal of Beliefs & Values, Vol. 32, 2011, pp. 295-301
  • Andrew Village, 'Outgroup Prejudice, Personality, and Religiosity: Disentangling a Complex Web of Relationships among Adolescents in the UK', Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, Vol. 3, 2011, pp. 269-84
  • Adrian Alan Brockett and Kate Wicker, 'Outgroup Prejudice Among Secondary Pupils in Northern England: Are the Predictors at the Individual, School or Neighbourhood Level?' Research in Education, No. 88, November 2012, pp. 11-28
  • Leslie John Francis, Adrian Alan Brockett, and Andrew Village, 'Measuring Attitude toward Theistic Faith: Assessing the Astley-Francis Scale among Christian, Muslim, and Secular Youth in England', Research in Education, No. 89, May 2013, pp. 70-81

    BRIN ID: 3097


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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