Religion and American adolescent delinquency, risk behaviors and constructive social activities
National Study of Youth & Religion (U.S.)
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Citation (published version)Smith, Christian, and Robert Faris. 2002. Religion and American adolescent delinquency, risk behaviors and constructive social activities. A research report of the National Study of Youth and Religion, no. 1. Chapel Hill, N.C.: National Study of Youth and Religion.
This report demonstrates that religion among U.S. adolescents is positively related to participation in constructive youth activities. In addition, those who participate in religious activities seem to be less likely to participate in many delinquent and risk behaviors.
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