Research has demonstrated that many factors affect levels of religiosity in American religion. This study extends the research on the relationship between cohort membership and public religious participation and individual personal involvement. Most of the research pertaining to the effects of cohort on religiosity has been devoted to comparisons between the Depression Era and Baby Boom Cohorts. This study extends research in this area by including Generation X to the extent possible. Using the General Social Surveys, this analysis employs an age/period/cohort analytical framework to examine religious involvement. Sociodemographic variables that are associated with religiosity are included in the analysis. Directions for future research on variations in religiosity measures are discussed.
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Master of Arts (M.A.)
College of Sciences
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Prather, Diane, "Public Religious Participation: A Comparison Of Three Distinct Birth Cohorts" (2006). Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2004-2019. 1025.