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Religious Intermarriage

A question that asks respondents what religion, if any, their spouse ascribes to. This variable allows researchers to investigate how religious capital affects spouse choice, as well as how network religious preferences affect individuals.  This variable also potentially allows researchers to approximate which religious traditions are more exclusive with regard to endogamy.

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

MATE RELIG – 2004 General Social Survey

SPREL – 2006 General Social Survey

SPREL – 1990 General Social Survey

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

Q31C – 2005 Baylor Religion Survey

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