Sociaal-culturele ontwikkelingen in Nederland, 2000 - SOCON 2000~Religion in Dutch society, 2000 - SOCON 2000
Date of Archiving2012
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Key wordsgender roles; interpersonal relations; mental health; minorities; occupation; politics; religion; church; Christianity; values and beliefs; political awareness; conservation; childhood; education; Gebruikersreview; 2000 and 2001; The Netherlands
Social relevance of Christian religion in the Netherlands. Social characteristics / intimate relationships / division of care and household work / education / employment / social integration / intra-generational occupational mobility / intergenerational educational and occupational mobility / educational and occupational homogamy / traditional achievement values / traditional family values / social criticism / hedonistic values / r.' s past and present church membership / r'.s past and present church attendance / r'.s religious upbringing / membership non-Christian religious group / parents' past and present church membership / partners past and present church membership / past and present church membership of best friends and family / Christian, transcendental and world-directed interpretation and denial existence ultimate reality Christian and world-directed interpretation and denial of meaning of life, suffering and death / Christian and world-directed interpretation of good and evil / salience of religion and world view / religious surroundings / anthropomorphic and non-anthropomorphic images of God, theism, and individual, social and cosmic panentheism / external, internal and quest religious orientation / religious and mystic experiences and prayer / economic and cultural conservatism / political party preference, (post)materialism, political orientation, interest in politics / legitimacy of government decisions / primary relationship / attitudes towards homosexuality / attitude towards ethnic minorities / subjectively perceived threat / ethnic distance / ethnic discrimination / authoritarianism / anomie / utilitarian individualism / social trust individual and group deprivation / policy matters with regard to ethnic minorities / exposure to ethnic minorities / received and given help behaviour / financial help behaviour / pro-social orientation / attitude towards relationship men and nature / interaction with nature / proximity of nature / action willingness for nature / physical and mental illness / perception of chronic stress / acute negative life-events / stressful events during childhood and adolescence / physical family history mental health / social functioning. The data- and documentation files of this dataset can be downloaded via the option Data Files.