The intent of this thesis is to explore the role religion has played in the Puerto Rican society. Growing up in this culture entails a deep and implicit connection with the religious world. Religious values, beliefs, and attitudes are firmly entrenched and amplified through the family, culture, and schools. Because it is so deeply entrenched, it is difficult to find a place to leverage a critique of its impact. Thus, in order to understand the societal matters and challenges the island faces, an in-depth study that explores the beliefs, attitudes, and behavior of Puerto Ricans is necessary.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
College of Undergraduate Studies
Chardon, Claudia A., "The Underlying Effects of Religion in Puerto Rico" (2020). Honors Undergraduate Theses. 862.
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