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University of Leipzig Religion Survey - Survey on Social Issues Commitment, Religiosity and Ecumenism, Stuttgart 2015

DOI

10.17605/OSF.IO/YDMHK

Summary

A sociological study of religion on the 35th Deutscher Evangelischer Kirchentag (German Evangelical Church Congress) 2015 in Stuttgart regarding experiences with the Kirchentag, social engagement, religiousness and ecumene. The Evangelische Kirchentag of the German Evangelical Church Assembly is an assembly of lay members of the Evangelical Church in Germany that organizes biannual events of faith, culture and political discussion and religious engagement. This questionnaire is from the Department of Church and Religious Sociology of the Theological Faculty of the University of Leipzig. Statements about visit motives, wishes for the design of the DEKT, religious practice, voluntary church and social commitment and social origin of the visitors, political attitudes and self-descriptions play a role.

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Data File

Cases: 1049
Variables: 171
Weight Variable: None

Data Collection

June 4-6, 2015

Original Survey (Instrument)

Survey on Social Issues Commitment, Religiosity and Ecumenism, Stuttgart 2015

Funded By

Support for this project was provided by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation.

Collection Procedures

The survey was administered on-site to those in attendance of the 35th Deutscher Evangelischer Kirchentag 2015 in Stuttgart via paper and completed in pencil. Interviewers were available at all times during survey administration for questions from respondents.

Principal Investigators

Students and staff of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Leipzig

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