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Shaping attitude toward Christianity among year seven pupils : the influence of sex, church, home and primary school

By Tracy Swindells, Leslie J. Francis and Mandy Robbins

Abstract

This study set out to examine the differences in attitude toward Christianity among year seven secondary school pupils who had undertaken their primary education either in a Church of England voluntary aided school or a non-denominational state-maintained school. Data were provided by 492 year-seven pupils attending three Church of England voluntary secondary schools and comparison is made between 288 pupils who had transferred from Anglican voluntary aided primary schools and 164 from non-denominational state-maintained schools. After taking into account the effects of sex, pupil church attendance, paternal church attendance, and maternal church attendance, the data found no effect from attending a Church of England voluntary aided primary school

Topics: BR
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:wrap.warwick.ac.uk:4095

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