Citations
Citations are taken from the Sociology of Religion Searchable Bibliographic Database, created and updated by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio). The ARDA is not responsible for content or typographical errors.
  • The role of religion for hospice patients and relatively healthy adults.
    Ardelt, Monika, and Cynthia S. Koenig (2006)
    Research on Aging 28:2: 184-215.

    Analyzes data from older adults; extrinsic religion predicted fear of death & death avoidance, intrinsic predicted acceptance of death. meaning in life predicted well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: Death anxiety; Gerontology; Intrinsic/extrinsic; Meaning; Well-being; Death
  • Buddhism, Hospice, and the American Way of Dying.
    Garces-Foley, Kathleen (2003)
    Review of Religious Research 44:4: 341-353.

    Associated Search Terms: Hospice; Death; Buddhist, U.S.A.
  • The Spiritual Dimension of Hospice: The Secularization of an Ideal.
    Bradshaw, Ann (1996)
    Social Science & Medicine 43: 409-419.

    Associated Search Terms: Secularization; Hospice
  • Religious Behaviors and Death Anxiety in Later Life.
    Koenig, Harold G. (1988)
    Hospice Journal 4: 3-24.

    Death anxiety among the 75 yrs. & older was inversely related to strong religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Gerontology; Death anxiety; Religiosity
[Viewing Matches 1-4]  (of 4 total matches in Citations)
Questions/Variables on Surveys
  • HOSPICE from General Social Survey, 1998
    Vignette: patient should have the right to... Choose hospice services where the patients will be cared for until the patient dies naturally

    1) Strongly agree
    2) Agree
    3) Neither agree nor disagree
    4) Disagree
    5) Strongly disagree
    8) Don't know
    9) No answer

  • SICKIN from From Belief To Commitment: the Community Service Activities and Finances of Religious Congregations in the United States, 1992
    We are interested in learning about your congregation's activities and programs. For health or hospital, please indicate whether such a program is run directly by the congregation, i.e. religious education or family counseling. -- Programs of visitation or support for sick and shut-ins (in hospitals, outpatient care, hospices, clinics, nursing homes, or residences)

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • SICKOUT from From Belief To Commitment: the Community Service Activities and Finances of Religious Congregations in the United States, 1992
    We are interested in learning about your congregation's activities and programs. For health or hospital, please indicate whether the congregation runs the program, but it is separately incorporated, i.e. an infant day care or an elderly day care center. -- Programs of visitation or support for sick and shut-ins (in hospitals, outpatient care, hospices, clinics, nursing homes, or residences)

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • SICKOTH from From Belief To Commitment: the Community Service Activities and Finances of Religious Congregations in the United States, 1992
    We are interested in learning about your congregation's activities and programs. For health or hospital, please indicate whether your congregation participates in or is affiliated in such a program with other organizations in your community, or denomination, such as: a consortium to build housing for low-income persons, a hospital or nursing home. -- Programs of visitation or support for sick and shut-ins (in hospitals, outpatient care, hospices, clinics, nursing homes, or residences)

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • AHLTHHLB from Philanthropy Panel Study, 2003
    Not counting the volunteering you just told me about (during 2002), how often did you volunteer through organizations that help people in poor health, such as helping at a hospital, hospice or clinic, or raising funds to fight disease? [Number of Hours] (NOTE: Refer to accuracy codes for -999 values.)

  • AHLTHWLB from Philanthropy Panel Study, 2003
    Not counting the volunteering you just told me about (during 2002), how often did [SPOUSE NAME] volunteer through organizations that help people in poor health, such as helping at a hospital, hospice or clinic, or raising funds to fight disease? [Number of Hours] (NOTE: Refer to accuracy codes for -999 values.)

  • GROUP3A from Survey of Clergy in Indianapolis, 2000
    ASKED ONLY OF THOSE WHO RESPONDED THAT THEY BELONGED TO A LOCAL COMMUNITY OR CIVIC ORGANIZATION: What is the name of this local community or civic organization?

    1) Baptist Bible College of Indianapolis
    2) Board Member of United Northeast Development Corporation
    3) Boy Scouts of America
    4) Camp Allendale
    5) Central Elementary Community School Organization
    6) Challenge Breakfast
    7) Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis
    8) CME Ministers' Alliance
    9) Community Development Corporation for National City Bank
    10) Community Resurrection Partnership
    11) Concerned Clergy
    12) Concord Community Center
    13) Crooked Creek Plus
    14) Decatur Township Civic Club
    15) Decatur Township Ministerial Alliance
    16) Democratic Party of Marion County
    17) East Side Community Investments
    18) Franklin Township Civic Organization
    19) Friends of Jung
    20) Front Porch Alliance
    21) Garfield Park Ministerial Association
    22) Gyra Sports Center
    23) Highland Vicinity Neighborhood Association
    24) Hospice
    25) Indiana Area Foundation
    26) Indianapolis Athletic Club
    27) Indianapolis Peace and Justice Center
    28) Indianapolis Weed and Seed Steering Committee
    29) Institutional Review Board at St. Francis Hospital
    30) Irvington Landmarks
    31) Jewish Community Center
    32) Jobs with Justice
    33) Knights of Columbus
    34) Little League
    35) Lutheran Child and Family Services
    36) Lutheran High School Board of Directors
    37) Mapleton Fall Creek Neighborhood Association
    38) Marion County Mental Health Association
    39) Metro Ministry
    40) Midnorth Church Council
    41) Midtown Mental Health Association
    42) NAACP
    43) National Federation of the Blind
    44) Neighborhood Civic Groups
    45) NESCO - Near Eastside Community Organization
    46) Parent Teacher Association
    47) Peter Clavers
    48) Pilgrimage Center
    49) Poised
    50) Protect the Promise
    51) Riley Area Development Corporation
    52) Senior Centers of Indianapolis
    53) Southeast Neighborhood Community Development Corporation
    54) St. Francis Soccer Alliance
    55) Swim Indy
    56) The Coleman Adoption Services
    57) The Free and Accepted Masons
    58) The Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee
    59) The Human Relations Board at Perry Township Schools
    60) The Indianapolis Ten-Point Coalition
    61) The Masonic Lodge
    62) The Nora Community Council
    63) The Suburban East Public School Counseling Ministry
    64) The Writers' Center of Indianapolis
    65) Urban League
    66) Volunteer Chaplains Organization at the Marion County Jail
    67) Warren Youth Football League
    68) Wayne West Side Values Committee
    69) Wesco
    70) YMCA of Greater Indianapolis

  • MINISTRY from National Survey of the Religious Life Futures Project, 1990
    The primary ministry in which you are currently involved:

    1) Parish ministry
    2) Hospital administration
    3) Congregational/Provincial leadership
    4) Congregational/Provincial administration
    5) Social service
    6) Educational administration
    7) Higher education
    8) Engineering
    9) Education
    10) Health care
    11) Communication
    12) Pastoral visiting of the elderly, hospice patients, or others
    13) Agriculture
    14) Eucharistic ministry
    15) Business and finance
    16) Art
    17) Retreat ministry
    18) Prison ministry
    19) Social work
    20) Apostolate of prayer
    21) Counseling
    22) Pastoral counseling
    23) Retirement
    24) Formation/vocation
    25) Peace and justice
    26) Other

  • MINSTRY2 from National Survey of the Religious Life Futures Project, 1990
    The ministry you intend to pursue in the future:

    1) Parish ministry
    2) Hospital administration
    3) Congregational/Provincial leadership
    4) Congregational/Provincial administration
    5) Social service
    6) Educational administration
    7) Higher education
    8) Engineering
    9) Education
    10) Health care
    11) Communication
    12) Pastoral visiting of the elderly, hospice patients, or others
    13) Agriculture
    14) Eucharistic ministry
    15) Business and finance
    16) Art
    17) Retreat ministry
    18) Prison ministry
    19) Social work
    20) Apostolate of prayer
    21) Counseling
    22) Pastoral counseling
    23) Retirement
    24) Formation/vocation
    25) Peace and justice
    26) Other

  • DIEWHERE from Presbyterian Panel Survey, November 2002 - End-of-Life Issues, Clergy
    Thinking about your own death, where do you think you are most likely to die?

    1) In a hospital
    2) In a nursing home
    3) In a hospice
    4) At home
    5) Elsewhere (specify)
    6) Not sure

[Viewing Matches 1-10] > [View Matches 1-19]  (of 19 total matches in Data Archive Questions/Variables)
Bookmark and Share