“Hooking Up” at College: Does Religion Make a Difference?

@article{Burdette2009HookingUA,
  title={“Hooking Up” at College: Does Religion Make a Difference?},
  author={Amy M. Burdette and C. Ellison and T. Hill and N. Glenn},
  journal={Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={535-551}
}
Recent attention from media, scholars, and religious leadership has focused on the dating activities of college students, particularly in relation to casual physical encounters or what some have termed "hooking up. " In this article, we examine the impact of both individual and institutional religious involvement on "hooking up" in a national sample of college women (N = 1,000). The results of our analysis reveal several important patterns. First, Catholic college women are more likely to have… Expand
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