Religious Priorities and Attitudes toward Church and State

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Review of Religious Research, ISSN: 0034-673X, Vol: 42, Issue: 1, Page: 87-95

Publication Year:
2000
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https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/political_science_articles/44; http://ezproxy.library.unlv.edu/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/3512146
DOI:
10.2307/3512146
Author(s):
Jelen, Ted G.
Publisher(s):
JSTOR
Tags:
Arts and Humanities; Church and state; Religion; Religion and politics; American Politics; Political Science; Religion
article description
The effects of religious priorities on attitudes toward religion and politics are examined. Using a pilot survey from the American National Election Studies, items are used which correspond to four distinct mission orientations: activist, civic, evangelistic, and sanctuary. Only the activist and mission orientations exhibit strong relationships with political attitudes.