• Psychology
  • Published 2013

Religiosity Among Muslim Adolescents According to Gender and School Type

@inproceedings{Ortega2013ReligiosityAM,
  title={Religiosity Among Muslim Adolescents According to Gender and School Type},
  author={Adriana Emitz{\'a} Guzm{\'a}n Ortega and Steven Eric Krauss},
  year={2013}
}
This paper aims to present a preliminary picture of the first stage of an ongoing study on religiosity, spirituality and positive youth development among Muslim high-school students. The sample studied consisted of 895 students who attended secondary schools in the greater Kuala Lumpur region in Malaysia. The Exploratory factor analysis yielded an eight-factor solution with moderate-to-high internal consistency. The results of the statistical analyses indicated that Muslim female and male… CONTINUE READING

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