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  • The Protestant Ethic in Australia.
    Ray, John J. (1982)
    Journal of Social Psychology 116: 127-138.

    Reports 3 different Australian studies that found no relation between religious denomination & measures of a work or achievement ethic.

    Associated Search Terms: Protestant Ethic; Australia; Denomination (organizational entity)
  • A Comparative Study of the Substructures of Religion.
    Yinger, J. Milton (1977)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 16:1: 67-86.

    Analyzes 1971-72 questionnaire data from undergraduate students in 11 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Definition of religion; Korea; Thailand; Australia; Japan; New Zealand; Comparative; Buddhist; Catholic; Students, undergraduate; Protestant; Atheist
  • Religiocentrism and Ethnocentrism: Catholic and Protestant in Australian Schools.
    Ray, John J., and Dianne Doratis (1971)
    Sociological Analysis 32:3: 170-179.

    Study of Australian fifth-form students in 2 Catholic & 2 public schools.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice; Catholic, Australia; Protestant, Australia; Australia; Students, secondary
  • Christianism... The Protestant Ethic among Unbelievers.
    Ray, John J. (1970)
    Journal of Christian Education 13:3: 169-176.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from Anglican Church of Australia servicemen; achievement orientation correlated with both Christian orientation & non-belief.

    Associated Search Terms: Australia; Anglican, Australia; Achievement; Protestant Ethic; Soldiers; Atheist, Australia
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