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Common Facets of Religion, Unique Facets of Religion, an Life Satisfaction Among Older African Americans

Publication Abstract

Krause, Neal. 2004. "Common Facets of Religion, Unique Facets of Religion, an Life Satisfaction Among Older African Americans." Journals of Gerontology B: Psychological and Social Sciences, 59(2): S109-S117.

Krause evaluates the interface among common facets of religion, unique facets of religion, and life satisfaction in a nationwide sample of older Black people. He conducts interviews with a nationally representative sample of older African Americans and administers survey factors to assess common religious factors. He finds out that the common and the unique aspects of religion contribute to life satisfaction among them.

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