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Unformatted text preview: and 42.5% women, a possible mate of a different faith was an eliminating factor in mate selection. This study was conducted on 47 non-Mormon (18 male and 29 female) and 36 Mormon (15 male and 21 female) high school students. Researchers researched the non-Mormons from a variety of different religions such as Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, and Southern Baptist. Because this experiment was condoned in Utah, these religious backgrounds were considered a minority. Both the Mormons and non-Mormon participants were from the same general area and also from the same class of people which were middle-class. Such questions were asked to these adolescents to determine which type of people they courted and if this helped in deciding who they were to marry. This research was viable to practitioners and also other research scientist....
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- Spring '08