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Religious Problem-Solving Perspective

Religion conceptualized as a way of responding to life’s problems, in contrast, for example, to political or psychotherapeutic responses.

Without using the term, Richard F. Larson (1968) shows how to measure a religious problem-solving perspective.

Citations:

Lofland, John, and Rodney Stark. 1965. “Becoming a World-Saver.” American Sociological Review 30:862-875.

Richard F. Larson. 1968. “The Clergyman’s Role in the Therapeutic Process.” Psychiatry 31:250-263.

The following are possible measures of Religious Problem-Solving Perspective that can be created using data from theARDA.com
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