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Title: Religion in Dutch society, 1995 - SOCON'95      
dateReleased:
02-28-2012
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.5/P1336
ID:
hdl:1902.5/P1336
description:
Social relevance of Christian religion in the Netherlands Social characteristics / education / employment / social integration / attachment to neighbourhood / intragenerational occupational mobility / intergenerational educational and occupational mobility / educational and occupational homogamy / achievement values / family values / social criticism / hedonistic values / r's past and present church membership and church attendance / r's belief in God / r's participation in rites of passage / membership non-Christian religious groups / involvement philosophical movements / past and present church membership / r's parents, r's partner, and r's best friend / talking about religion with partner / Christian, transcendental, and world-directed interpretation of and doubt about and denial of ultimate reality / Christian and world-directed interpretation of and denial of meaning of suffering / Christian and world-directed interpretation of and denial of meaning of death / Christian and world directed interpretation of and denial of good and evil / individualistic and humanistic beliefs / salience of religion and world view / religious surroundings / images of God / economic conservatism / cultural conservatism / attitudes towards religious-conservative groups / instrumental network / emotional network / companionship network / world-view network / characteristics of persons in personal network / political party preference / political libertarianism / ( post )materialism / left-right political orientation / interest in politics / confidence in politics / political efficacy / political cynicism / participation in (un-) conventional political activities / acceptance of and action against government decisions / citizenship / work ethic / parenthood and working outdoors / distribution of household work / marriage and alternative forms of intimate relationships / unmarried cohabitation / acceptance alternative forms of intimate relationships / freedom and commitment in intimate relationships / pedagogical organization of education / educational meaning of learning / goals of education / reasons for school choice / expectations on future use of social security / attitudes towards misuse of social security / attitude towards causes of poverty / attitudes towards rights and duties of beneficiaries / ethnocentrism / attitude towards ethnic minorities / negative attitudes towards Moslems / anti-Semitism / perceived threat / ethnic distance / ethnic discrimination / ethnic policy / authoritarianism / anomie / utilitarian individualism / environmentalism / child-rearing values and behaviour Background variables: basic characteristics/ residence/ household characteristics/ occupation/employment/ income/capital assets/ education/ social class/ politics/ religion/ organizational membership
description:
Eisinga, R.; Felling, A.; Konig, R.; Peters, J.; Scheepers, P.L.H., 2012, "Religion in Dutch society, 1995 - SOCON'95"
name:
Eisinga, R.
Felling, A.
Konig, R.
Peters, J.
Scheepers, P.L.H.
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997