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New Age Measures

A series of questions with multiple sub-questions asking for respondents’ level of interaction with New Age materials and ideas.  These vary, reflecting the diffuse content of the subculture.  Bainbridge (2004) suggested that New Age, “paranormal” and UFO beliefs were all empirically distinguishable but related belief systems.  In addition to beliefs, there are measures of media consumption and experiences with regard to the New Age.

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Citations:

Bainbridge, William S.  2004.  “After the New Age.”  Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 43(3):381-394.

    Examples  
Several files in the ARDA’s Data Archive have examples of this Measure.
Q74A – 2005 Baylor Religion Survey
NewAge4 – 1990 Project Canada
INLF_NWA – 2003 Religion and Diveristy Study
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