Exploring Neglected Dimensions of Religion in Quality of Life Research

Author: Poloma, Margaret
Pendleton, F.
Year:1991
Pages:226
ISBN:0-7734-9672-6
978-0-7734-9672-9
Price:179.95
Based on analysis of 560 telephone interviews with randomly selected adults from the Akron, OH area, the results of this survey clearly demonstrate the importance of religion in accounting for the differences in quality of life, and the need to include multiple religiosity measures in assessing the impact of religion on well-being.