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  • Reltrad Coding Problems and a New Repository.
    Stetzer, Ed, and Ryan P. Burge (2015)
    Politics and Religion 9:1: 187-190.

    Associated Search Terms: General Social Survey (U.S.A.); Identification; Methods
  • A review of church attendance measures.
    Smith, Tom W. (1998)
    American Sociological Review 63:1: 131-136.

    Based on an analysis of the General Social Survey (U.S.A.), explains why interview surveys report more regular church attendance than do headcounts.

    Associated Search Terms: General Social Survey (U.S.A.); Methods; Practice; Interview; Survey
  • Classifying Protestant Denominations.
    Smith, Tom W. (1990)
    Review of Religious Research 31:3: 225-245.

    Reviews the literature on typing American denominations on a fundamentalist-liberal scale; describes the classificatory method used in the General Social Survey.

    Associated Search Terms: General Social Survey (U.S.A.); Denomination (organizational entity); United States; Conservative/liberal; Methodology
  • Clustering of Abortion Scale Scores.
    Lane, Ralph, Jr. (1985)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 24:4: 403-406.

    Concerns scales used in the General Social Survey (U.S.A.).

    Associated Search Terms: Abortion; General Social Survey (U.S.A.)
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