religiosity


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religiosity

[rilij′ē·os′itē]
Etymology: L, religiosus
a psychiatric symptom characterized by the demonstration of excessive or affected piety.
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The irony of the advocacy by what was then referred to as the Federation of Kenyan Churches is that it essentially argued against the inclusion of the Kadhi courts, on the basis of the constitutional imperative for "separating religion and state," but argued on the basis of religiosity for the inclusion of the clause that life begins at conception.
The basic pattern of association between Republican partisan identity and higher levels of religiosity continued in 2017, with the associated finding that Trump does better among those who are highly religious than among those who are less religious.
Conclusion: Results revealed a strong negative relation between depression and mental wellbeing; however, religiosity significantly moderated the relationship between depression and mental wellbeing.
Table 1 show that the birth order wise four groups of the sample students do not differ significantly from each other with regard to the religiosity scores.
Batson and colleagues (1999) found that participants high in intrinsic religiosity were less helpful toward the gay/lesbian student who planned to attend a Gay Pride rally and the gay/lesbian student who planned to visit grandparents compared to the heterosexual student who planned to visit grandparents (although it should be noted that high intrinsics were fairly helpful even in the gay/lesbian student conditions).
In working life, the awareness of Islamic religiosity means that a Muslim should work as an act of worship to God [13].
To investigate relationship amongst religiosity and education, Barro and McCleary (2006) proposed a clarification of positive relationship between them.
This paper focuses on the interaction between religiosity and materialism in light of a global consumer environment, highlighting how the effects of economic development interact with materialistic and religious values.
The objective of this study is to investigate the role of religiosity and religious affiliation on sexual risk among young people living in poor social conditions in Brazil.
While much research has focused on the quest (Wong, 2012), the present study sought to explore existential spirituality in relation to religiosity and distress.
Religiosity is by nature essentially social; it is structured as a body of knowledge, behaviors, rights, norms, and values that govern the lives of subjects interested in being involved with the divine.
5,6 Ramadan fasting provides spiritual benefits for persons with higher innate religiosity or spirituality, a highly spiritual orientation, or greater spiritual experiences.