Religious Orientation

  • (noun): An attitude toward religion or religious practices.

Some articles on religious orientation, religious:

Child Abuse - Causes
... most of whom were educated, upper-middle class White Americans, found that extrinsic religious orientation was associated with a greater risk of physical child abuse ... Those with a more extrinsic religious orientation who also adhered to greater social conformity were particularly more likely to share characteristics with physically abusive subjects ... Those who had a more intrinsic religious orientation were not found to be at a greater risk of child abuse, although they sometimes exhibited greater social conformity or a ...
Camp Ramah In The Berkshires - Religious Orientation
... Camp Ramah is a religiously oriented camp that observes the laws of Shabbat and Kashrut ... Hebrew is widely used in all facets of camp life, from the names for buildings, physical infrastructure, and services, to camp activities and programs ...
Psychology Of Religion - History - Other Early Theorists - Gordon Allport
... Mature religious sentiment is how Allport characterized the person whose approach to religion is dynamic, open-minded, and able to maintain links between ... These dimensions of religion were measured on the Religious Orientation Scale of Allport and Ross (1967) ... A third form of religious orientation has been described by Daniel Batson ...
Religiosity And Intelligence - Summary of Research and Definitions of Terms - Studies Examining Religiosity and Emotional Intelligence
... examined the extent to which religiosity, operationalized as religious orientation and religious behaviour, is related to the controversial idea of Emotional Intelligence (EI) ... The study examined the extent to which religious orientation and behavior were related to self-reported (EI) in 148 church attending adult Christians ... (non-religious individuals were not part of the study) ...

Famous quotes containing the words orientation and/or religious:

    Institutions of higher education in the United States are products of Western society in which masculine values like an orientation toward achievement and objectivity are valued over cooperation, connectedness and subjectivity.
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    ... it is seldom a medical man has true religious views—there is too much pride of intellect.
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