Data Set: Christian universities as moral communities: drinking, sex, and drug use among university students in the United States.

Jerome Koch, Alden Roberts

Research output: Other contributionpeer-review

Abstract

The data set represents responses to 120 questions regarding religious belief, religious practice, religious context, and social behavior, eg. drinking, sex, drugs, worship, prayer, religious beliefs, Christian Fundamentalism, health, well-being, tattoos, piercings. Data were gathered from respondents at 12 American colleges and universities. Six of these were large public schools; three were secular private schools; three were explicitly Christian and affiliated with Conservative denominations. One public and one private school were geographically paired (less than 300 miles apart). These pairs were located in the US Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Midsouth, Northwest, and Southwest. A total of 3610 respondents were included.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAssociation of Religion Data Archive
StatePublished - Aug 1 2021

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