Lesson11-ReligionPredictsPoliticalAffiliation

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Religion has surpassed Religion has surpassed occupation as a more occupation as a more accurate predictor of accurate predictor of political affiliation political affiliation Lesson 11 Lesson 11 March 3, 2011 March 3, 2011
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After Break Monday: America has its first racial minority president (Lesson 12) Wilson, pp. 62-94 Latinos have become the largest minority in the US (Lesson 13) Hellman, pp. 23-33, 87-91, 145-166
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First a caveat: Our discussion of religion will be sociological, not theological. Sociologists define religion as a set of beliefs, values, symbols and rituals related to the sacred….
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Religion is an important institution worldwide % Started Texts Christianity 33% 30 Bible Islam 20% 570 Koran Hinduism 13% 1,500BC Vedas, Mahabrata Buddhism 6% 563BC Triptaka The rest: No official religion 15% Atheist/Agnostic 4% Others 9%
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Percentage of US college Percentage of US college freshman who believe in freshman who believe in God: 79% God: 79%
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course SOC 1010 taught by Professor Angelikagulbis during the Spring '08 term at Toledo.

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