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  • Religious orthodoxy and the American worker.
    Steffy, Kody (2013)
    Sociology of Religion 74:1: 1-29.

    Analyzes 1992 Economic Values Survey (U.S.A.) data; the more orthodox say morality & concern for others are important for work-place decisions, say they respect work place rules, & cite non-extrinsic motives. The orthodoxy measure is a composite of biblical literalism, salience, & seeking divine guidance during religious services.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Factor analysis; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Orthodoxy scale; Work
  • A Short Version of the Christian Orthodoxy Scale.
    Hunsberger, Bruce E. (1989)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 28:3: 360-365.

    Associated Search Terms: Orthodoxy scale; Orthodoxy (doctrinal)
  • In Defense of Orthodoxy: Notes on the Validity of an Index.
    Stark, Rodney, and Bruce D. Foster (1970)
    Social Forces 48: 383-393.

    Associated Search Terms: Orthodoxy scale; Orthodoxy (doctrinal)
  • An Inquiry into the Scalability of Church Orthodoxy.
    Vernon, Glenn M. (1955)
    Sociology and Social Research 39: 324-327.

    Develops & tests an orthodoxy scale for Mormon belief.

    Associated Search Terms: Orthodoxy scale; Mormon
  • An Inquiry into the Scalability of Church Orthodoxy.
    Vernon, Glenn M. (1953)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Washington State College.

    Associated Search Terms: Orthodoxy scale
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