religious orientation


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an attitude toward religion or religious practices

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Similar to Study 1, as part of a large online survey, participants completed the revised intrinsic/extrinsic religious orientation scale (Gorsuch & McPherson, 1989) and rated the following statements: "Same sex sexual behavior is morally wrong," "Telling a person that it is morally acceptable to continue engaging in same sex sexual behavior would be a very UNloving thing to do," and "One should be just as kind to gay and lesbian people as one is to heterosexual people," all on 9-point scales anchored with the phrases Strongly disagree and Strongly agree.
Gardner (1983) and Sisk and Torrance (2002) suggested that existential intelligence and spiritual intelligence may also be worthy of inclusion as dimensions of religious orientation.
Intrinsic religious orientation is to follow religion for internal and spiritual satisfaction.
This group is characterized most clearly by the following qualities: deeply religious consciousness, religious activity, expressed in religious actions, religious orientation.
The results indicates that the respondents with the lowest religious orientation have the higher favorable attitude towards female managers (M=4.
Such humanitarian achievements reflected the gracious and compassionate image of Kuwait in the international arenas, as Kuwait since its independence, has been keen in offering assistance and relief to people and countries in need, disregarding their geographical ethical or religious orientation, he said.
Exploratory factor analysis was performed to test the presence of Extrinsic and Intrinsic dimensions of the Religious Orientation Scale.
On rare occasions, someone calling for an appointment will ask about my religious orientation.
Another form of coping, this time concerning how it relates to bereavement, is explored by Cruz-Ortega, Gutierrez, and Waite as they examine the influence of religious orientation and ethnic identity.
The English versions of the revised Religious Fundamentalism Scale (RFS-12), the Intratextual Fundamentalism Scale (IFS), and the revised Intrinsic/ Extrinsic Religious Orientation Scale (I/E-R) were translated into Italian, according to standard procedures of forward and back-translation (Van der Vijver & Leung, 1997).
The camps' religious orientation was gently Orthodox but their real mission was to instill Zionism into American youth by immersing them in a wholly (not holy) Hebrew atmosphere.
Although Allport's definitions were clearly value-laden and reflected a conservative Christian perspective, considerable research has utilized both his concepts and the Religious Orientation Scale (R.
In the current study, religious conservatism refers to an individual's religious orientation along a continuum that ranges from liberal or nonreligious to fundamental or conservative.
Suppose A is one of a dozen countries whose political, ethnic, or religious orientation is one of hatred toward the political, ethnic, or religious orientation of B.
Much of the secular world has focused on problems of traditional organized authoritarian religion, but has had little concern for the equally problematic modern religious orientation toward the self.