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Research survey about LDS

Post by Brian Johnston » 16 May 2016, 06:33

Hi Everyone,

I am posting this here in case you would like to help out this sociology researcher. She is studying religious shifts and LDS disaffection.

If you are at least 18 years of age, you are invited to take a short online survey about religious identity. The survey is being conducted by a sociologist of religion who is not affiliated with the LDS church. You will not be asked to provide any personal information that could be used to identify you, and the survey should take only about fifteen minutes of your time. Your participation will help further the study author’s research into hybrid religious identities: that is, people who identify as both insiders and outsiders to a religion, people who feel simultaneously connected to a religious community and distanced from it, people who both value and struggle with a faith tradition. Even if you’re not sure whether those phrases describe you, as a visitor to this website, you are qualified to take the survey if you are at least 18 years of age. Your participation will be appreciated enormously. Once again, the researcher is not affiliated with the LDS church, your responses will remain confidential, and they will be reported anonymously. If you are willing to participate, please click this link to go to the survey: ... ylNVquBdfT
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