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Extent to which respondent receives support from his/her congregation. 

Below are 25 questions from surveys in the ARDA that attempt to measure this concept. The ARDA staff further categorized these questions into 3 types:

[ Comfort | Illness | Listen ]

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Category 1:Comfort
 

This question type asks about how much comfort the respondent's congregation provides/would provide.

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CONGHLP2 from General Social Survey, 1998

CONGCMFT from Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) and Spirituality, Religiosity Survey

Q44COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, Members and Elders

Q45COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, All

Q45COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Elders

Q45COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

Q44COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, All

Q45COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Members

Q44COMF from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

HELPCMFT from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

HELPCMFT from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Elders

HELPCMFT from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Members


Category 2:Illness
 

This question type asks how much help the respondent's congregation would provide during an illness.

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CONGHLP1 from General Social Survey, 1998

CONGHLP from Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) and Spirituality, Religiosity Survey

Q44HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, All

Q44HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Elders

Q44HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

Q43HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, All

Q43HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, Members and Elders

Q43HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2008 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

Q44HELP from Presbyterian Panel Survey, January 2007 - Spirituality and Health, Members

HELPILL from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Clergy

HELPILL from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Elders

HELPILL from Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 1997 - Spirituality and Health, Members


Category 3:Listen
 

This question type asks how often people in the respondent's congregation listened to the respondent's problems.

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PRIVPROB from Pulpit and Pew National Survey of Pastoral Leaders, 2001



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