Religion in Secularizing Society: The Europeans' Religion at the End of the 20th Century

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FIGURES AND TABLES

Figures
3.1 A comparative schema for the analysis of the
differential impact of the religious factor across regions
and the public and private sectors
59
5.1 Boxplot of log SEXUAL MORALITY, by country type and
respondent's denomination1
102
5.2 Boxplot of log HONESTY, by country type and
respondent's denomination
103
5.3 Boxplot of COLLECTIVISM, by country type and
respondent's denomination
106
5.4 Boxplot of log SEXUAL MORALITY, by frequency of church
attendance
107
5.5 Boxplot of log HONESTY, by frequency of church
attendance
108
5.6 Boxplot of log COLLECTIVISM, by frequency of church
attendance
108
8.1 Factor model for structural and cultural globalization195
9.1 Percent of religious affiliation, by age group207
9.2 Lack of confidence in religion, by age group213
9.3 Lack of confidence in religion, by level of education214
9.4 Religious upbringing, by age group216
9.5 Think about meaning and purpose of life, by age
group
217

Tables
2.1 Intrinsic work orientation in religious and professional
groups
32
2.2 A comparison of some basic values of Catholics,
Mainline Protestants and members of free churches
43
3.1 Personal religiosity, church attendance and the impact
of national context, measures of secularization
63
3.2 Mean scores for four clusters of countries on church
attendance and importance of God and degree of
secularization based on church attendance and
importance of God
64

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