Country Religiosity Declines as Material Security Increases

Cross-Cultural Research Vol/Iss. 47(1) Sage Publications Published In Pages: 42-50
By Barber, Nigel


The present study attempts to replicate the Barber (2011) finding that more considerable security influences a country's disbelief in God. However, this research uses a more diverse sample and seeks to answer additional questions about religiosity and security than the previous work. The results are in line with all of the predictions and offer extra support to the uncertainty hypothesis.

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