Family religious involvement and the quality of family relationships for early adolescents
National Study of Youth & Religion (U.S.)
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CitationSmith, Christian, and Phillip Kim. 2003. Family religious involvement and the quality of family relationships for early adolescents. Chapel Hill, NC (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, CB# 3507, Chapel Hill 27599-3057): National Study of Youth and Religion.
Examination of association between the religious involvement (number of family religious activities, parental worship service attendance and parental prayer) and quality of family relationships with results indicating that religiously involved families of adolescents (ages 12-14) living in the U.S. are more like to have stronger family relationships than families that are not religiously active.
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