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ch.2, table 2.b – summary table of research whose major findings reveal a negative association between religion and environmental concern. in other words, studies showing some measure of “religion, religiosity” corresponds with a particular way of expressing environmentalism. for example, the more strongly someone believes “the bible is the inerrant word of god”, the less likely this person is to support increasing environmental protection policies…

 

Table 2B Religion Negative Effect

 

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ch.2, table 2.a – summary table of research whose major findings reveal either overall positive association between religion and environmental concern or show measures of religion, religiosity with an apparently mixed influence…

Table 2A Religion Positive Mixed Effect

 

 

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