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Charismatics

A religious movement that emphasizes spiritual gifts and the in-dwelling of the Holy Spirit.  Charismatic movements are similar to Pentecostalism, but can occur among religious traditions outside of conservative Protestantism, such as Catholicism.

Citations:

Jelen, Ted G.  1991.  The Political Mobilization of Religious Beliefs.  New York, NY: Praeger.

Jelen, Ted G. 1993. “The Political Consequences of Religious Group Attitudes.” Journal of Politics 55: 178-190.

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This asks respondents if the reason they attended or joined a religious group was due to the charisma of a minister. View related items in the Measurement Wizard:
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CHARISMA 2000 General Social Survey
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Respondents reveal whether or not they have had certain religious experiences. View related items in the Measurement Wizard:
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Several files in theARDA's Data Archive have examples of this Measure.
Reborn - 2006 General Social Survey FeelGod - 2004 General Social Survey NumRelEx - 2004 General Social Survey SP_1 - Panel Study of American Religion and Ethnicity Tongues2 - Spirit and Power: A 10-Country Survey of Pentecostals Q28 - 2005 Baylor Religion Survey
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These are measures that assess what types of activities occur within the context of worship services in a given religious group.  Such practices are often used to delineate between liturgical and ritualistic practices, as opposed to emotive and extemporaneous practices. View related items in the Measurement Wizard:
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Several files in the ARDA's Data Archive have examples of this Measure.
Q125-143 - 1998 National Congregations Study
Q17-44 - 2000 Presbyterian Panel Study
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