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Parents’ Religious Affiliation

This asks respondents what religious tradition their parents ascribe to and allows researchers to investigate why individuals maintain or change from the religious tradition they were exposed to when younger.

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Several files in theARDA’s Data Archive have examples of this Measure.
Q31A – 2005 Baylor Religion Survey

MaRelig – 1988 General Social Survey

PaRelig – 1988 General Social Survey

Moms Relig – 1998 General Social Survey

Pops Relig – 1998 General Social Survey

PRelign – 2003 National Study of Youth and Religion (Wave 1)

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