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  • Chinese Family Structure and the Continution of Chinese Religions.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1978)
    Asian Profile 6: 211-217.

    Analyzes 1970 questionnaire data from ethnic Chinese undergraduates at the University of Singapore and Nanyang University.

    Associated Search Terms: Singapore; Protestant, Singapore; Catholic, Singapore; Buddhist, Singapore; Family; Chinese Singaporeans; Students, undergraduate; Islam, Singapore
  • Conversions Singapour. Contribution une Sociologie de la Mutation Socio-Religieuse.
    Lopez de Ceballos, Paloma (1976)
    Social Compass 23:1: 23-46.

    Analyzes narratives of reasons for converting to Catholicism in Singapore, given in 1966 & '67; its appeal is enhanced by its internationality in a nation where traditional peoples become exposed to cosmopolitan realities.

    Associated Search Terms: Conversion; Catholic, Singapore; Local/cosmopolitan
  • Church-state Relations in Christianity and Islam.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1974)
    Review of Religious Research 16:1: 10-18.

    1969-70 questionnaire data from undergraduates in the Philippines, Indonesia, & Singapore. Muslims favor church-state cooperation; Catholics have no consistent stance; Protestants in Indonesia accept church-state cooperation but less so in Singapore.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Indonesia; Singapore; Protestant; Students, undergraduate; Islam; State; Philippines
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