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  • Religion and attitudes toward family planning issues among US adults.
    Barrett, Jennifer B., Julie DaVanzo, Christopher G. Ellison, and Clifford Grammich (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:2: 161-188.

    Analyzes 1998 U.S.A. survey data. Attendance & born-again Christian identity predict less approval of contraception; Evangelical identity predicts negative views of increased access to family planning services. Catholic & conservative protestant identity have mixed associations.

    Associated Search Terms: Family planning; Practice; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Born again experience; Birth control; United States
  • Childhood Misfortune, Ultimate Redemption? A Stress Process--Life Course Analysis of Adult Born-Again Experiences.
    Schafer, Markus H. (2014)
    Sociology of Religion 75:1: 25-56.

    Analyzes 1995 questionnaire and 2004-06 follow-up questionnaire data (Midlife Development in the United States data). People broadly victimized as children are more likely than others to have a born-again experience.

    Associated Search Terms: Victimization; United States; Stress; Panel study; Life course; Born again experience; Conversion
  • Born Again in Balaka: Pentecostal Versus Catholic Narratives of Religious Transformation in Rural Malawi.
    Manglos, Nicolette D. (2010)
    Sociology of Religion 71:4: 409-431.

    Based on 2007 interview data from born again young adults in rural Balaka District, Malawi; Pentecostals are more likely to believe they can convert to a new way of life than Catholics.

    Associated Search Terms: Born again experience; Catholic, Malawi; Young adults; Pentecostal, Malawi; Malawi
  • Conversion Experience, Belief System, and Personal and Ethical Attitudes.
    Paloutzian, Raymond F., Steven L. Jackson, and James E. Crandall (1978)
    Journal of Psychology and Theology 6:4: 266-275.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from U. of Idaho students & convenience sample from Moscow, Idaho; in both groups born-again Christians & those with sudden conversions were more intrinsically motivated. Born agains scored higher on a social interest scale.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, undergraduate; Conversion; United States, Idaho, Moscow; Born again experience
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