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  • Education and the Importance of Religion in Decision Making: Do Other Dimensions of Religiousness Matter?
    Schieman, Scott (2011)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50:3: 570-587.

    Analyzes 1988 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data & 2002 telephone interview data from Americans. Educational attainment lessens the role of religion in decision making among those less engaged in religion in the first place.

    Associated Search Terms: Decision-making; Education; United States
  • Ministerial Discernment: An Application of the Lens Model to the Study of Decision Making.
    Wiener, Richard L., Thomas J. Kramer, and Miriam J. Nolan (1987)
    Review of Religious Research 29:1: 57-68.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from sisters in a southern U.S. province of an international order, who worked in education, health, community service, & diverse ministries.

    Associated Search Terms: Orders/congregations; Decision-making; Sisters; Catholic, U.S.A.
  • Norms of Verbalization and the Decision-making Process in Religious Organizations.
    Nelson, John J., and Harry H. Hiller (1981)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 20:2: 173-180.

    Analyzes decisions made in 3 independent Baptist churches in Calgary, Albert, Canada.

    Associated Search Terms: Baptist, independent, Canada; Canada, Alberta, Calgary; Decision-making; Parish
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