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The Political Role of the Church as Defined by Its Parishioners

Benjamin B. Ringer and Charles Y. Glock
The Public Opinion Quarterly
Vol. 18, No. 4 (Winter, 1954-1955), pp. 337-347
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2745967
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The Political Role of the Church as Defined by Its Parishioners
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Abstract

In the study described here, the authors investigated the parishioner's attitudes toward the appropriate domain of the church. They examined the differing views of the role of the church and found, for example, that the most committed church members were the least permissive toward the participation of the church in politics.

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