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Religion and College Attendance: Change among Students

From: The Review of Higher Education
Volume 25, Number 4, Summer 2002
pp. 369-384 | 10.1353/rhe.2002.0020

Abstract

This study began with three expectations: (a) students' religious convictions will decline over time, (b) their profile will follow that of earlier studies, and (c) greater involvement in diversity-related experiences would be associated with weaker religious beliefs. Using a longitudinal database for a national cohort of 1994 freshmen and a hierarchical regression analysis, this study found some unexpected results, particularly that diversity-related experiences were not associated with weaker religious beliefs.



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