U.S. College Students' Perception of Religion and Science: Conflict, Collaboration, or Independence? A Research Note

@inproceedings{Scheitle2011USCS,
  title={U.S. College Students' Perception of Religion and Science: Conflict, Collaboration, or Independence? A Research Note},
  author={Christopher P Scheitle},
  year={2011}
}
  • Christopher P Scheitle
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • This research examines how undergraduates perceive the relationship between religion and science and the factors that shape those perceptions. Longitudinal data generated from the Spirituality in Higher Education Project representing a national sample of undergraduates is analyzed. The analysis finds that, despite the seeming predominance of a conflict-oriented narrative, the majority of undergraduates do not view the relationship between these two institutions as one of conflict. Undergraduate… CONTINUE READING

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