College Students & Religion: An Examination of Yinger's Non-Doctrinal Religion Questions as "Residual Religion"
Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Hart Nelsen, Raytha Yokley, Thomas Madron
Department of Sociology
Master of Arts
The author hopes to emphasize, as Yinger did, the idea of how one is religious rather than simply asking if one is religious. The following research deals with college students and their orientation toward religion. The author will attempt both to define and to show the origin of college students' orientation toward religion.
Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology | Sociology of Religion
Mader, Paul, "College Students & Religion: An Examination of Yinger's Non-Doctrinal Religion Questions as "Residual Religion"" (1972). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2564.