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"SPIRITUAL, BUT NOT RELIGIOUS:" THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL DIVORCE ON THE RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL IDENTITIES OF YOUNG ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES

@article{Zhai2008SPIRITUALBN,
  title={"SPIRITUAL, BUT NOT RELIGIOUS:" THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL DIVORCE ON THE RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL IDENTITIES OF YOUNG ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES},
  author={J. Zhai and C. Ellison and Charles E. Stokes and N. Glenn},
  journal={Review of Religious Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={49},
  pages={379-394}
}
  • J. Zhai, C. Ellison, +1 author N. Glenn
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Review of Religious Research
  • In recent years, researchers have exhibited considerable interest in the distinctions between "religion " and "spirituality," and in the apparently growing numbers of people in western societies who self-identify as "spiritual but not religious." However, few studies have systematically examined the antecedents or correlates of these important constructs. Using data on a nationwide (US) sample of 1,500 young adults (ages 18-35) half of whom are children of divorce and the other half of whom… CONTINUE READING
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