religiosity


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Synonyms for religiosity

a state of often extreme religious ardour

Synonyms for religiosity

exaggerated or affected piety and religious zeal

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New perspectives regarding religion and religiosity come from psychology (Beit-Hallahmi 2014), but also from ethnography, sociology, anthropology, theology or education.
Aim of the present study is to examine the possible relationship between religiosity, psychological resilience and depression on breast Cancer patients.
Maralit said the Boac Cathedral was another 'symbol' of the religiosity of Marinduque, known for preserving its Moriones tradition observed during the Holy Week.
Research has been variable in the differences between spirituality and religiosity and their individual effects on depressive symptoms (Ekwonye, Cahill, De Luca, & Cabell, 2017).
Chapter six analyzes the role of political knowledge in the God gap and finds that party identification affects religiosity in one way or another when people are more politically engaged, while individuals with little political information do not update their involvement in religion in accordance with their political choices.
Lastly, we extend recent work relating religiosity with legal accounting tactics such as earnings management (Callen, Morel, & Richardson, 2011 ; McGuire, Omer, & Sharp, 2012) and financial restatements (Dyreng, Mayew, & Williams, 2012), as well as investment and growth rates (Hilary and Hui, 2009) by examining the relationship between religiosity and corporate illegal activity.
The increase in religiosity research could be due to many factors: the emergence of positive psychology and its inclusion of religiosity and spirituality as a human strength, the role of religion as a powerful psychological force, the role of religion in environmental stewardship, and not lastly, the political climate which has brought religious groups to the forefront.
The researchers found that offspring religious importance was associated with a lower risk for suicidal behavior in girls (odds ratio [OR], 0.48; 95 percent confidence interval [CI], 0.33 to 0.70), but not in boys (OR, 1.15; 95 percent CI, 0.74 to 1.80) (religiosity by sex interaction, P = 0.05).
A timely call for challenging the imposed religiosity of the parallel arm of the establishment has been raised by the caretaker Minister for Information and Law, Syed Ali Zafar.
The results suggest that accounting students with a high degree of religiosity will have higher ethical reasoning abilities than their peers with low religious beliefs (Ho, 2009).
Religiosity is generally associated with positive health outcomes in adult populations (Lee & Newberg, 2005; Oman & Thoresen, 2005; Powell, Shahabi, & Thoresen, 2003; Seeman, Dubin, & Seeman, 2003; Seybold & Hill, 2001).
MY ENGAGEMENT WITH THE INTERSECTION OF TRADITION, CULTURE AND RELIGIOSITY has a rather long and contradictory history.
The relationship between religiosity and political party identification remained virtually the same in 2017 as in 2016.