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Childhood Religiosity

An approximation of how often respondents attended religious services and how religious they considered themselves at a given point in their childhood. This variable is used to approximate how respondents’ levels of religious involvement have changed over time and to estimate levels of religious socialization.

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Several files in theARDA’s Data Archive have examples of this Measure.

Attend12 – 2008 General Social Survey

Attend12– 1998 General Social Survey

Attend12 – 1991 General Social Survey

Q32 – 2005 Baylor Religion Survey

GOWRSHP1 – 1991 Effective Christian Education: A National Study of Protestant Congregations

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