Four-State Church Involvement Study, 1988

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Hammond, P. E., Reed, J. S., Roof, W. C., & Shibley, M. (2020, October 23). Four-State Church Involvement Study, 1988.
The Four-State Church Involvement Study investigates the role of individualism as it pertains to church involvement and what that involvement means. Regional variations in these relationships also are examined.
Data File
Cases: 2,620
Variables: 124
Weight Variable: None
Data Collection
Date Collected: Fall, 1988
Funded By
The Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Collection Procedures
Telephone interview survey
Sampling Procedures
Adult residents with telephones living in Ohio, Massachusetts, North Carolina and California were sampled. Random-digit dialing was used until 650 respondents were reached in each state.
Principal Investigators
Phillip E. Hammond and Wade Clark Roof, Co-Principal Investigators
John Shelton Reed, Project Consultant
Mark Shibley, Research Assistant
Related Publications
Hammond, Phillip E. (1992). Religion and Personal Autonomy: The Third Disestablishment in America. University of South Carolina Press.

Roof, Wade Clark. (1993). A Generation of Seekers: The Spiritual Journeys of the Baby Boom Generation. San Francisco, CA: Harper.
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