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  • Relating Religion, Crime, Arousal and Boredom.
    Ellis, Lee, and Robert Thompson (1989)
    Sociology and Social Research 73:3: 132-139.

    Analyzes 1984-85 questionnaire data from Minot State U. (North Dakota, U.S.A..) students; shows those who find worship boring more likely to commit crimes; boredom may explain the inverse relationship between crime & religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, undergraduate; Criminology; Boredom
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