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Research outputs: RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS
This article compares religious values found on the basis of the lexical approach in three cultures. Lists of human values in Austria (Germ...
This paper is a critical engagement with analytical tools social science has used to interpret religion and religious behavior. It looks at...
2005 Religiosity, personal distress and minor psychiatric morbidity among black students in South Africa