Measuring Religious Identity Differently
A Canadian Survey Study
Keywords:religious identity, young adults, Canada, survey research
The research project reported here seeks to discover more about how Canadians, and younger Canadians in particular, imagine and construct their personal religious identities, and how they do so in a context of institutionalized religious diversity.
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