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Nešporová, Olga

Jak náboženství ovlivňuje rodinný život? Rozdíly v chování a postojích k rodině mezi českými věřícími a nevěřícími

Nešporová, Olga. 2010. „Jak náboženství ovlivňuje rodinný život? Rozdíly v chování a postojích k rodině mezi českými věřícími a nevěřícími.“ Lidé města / Urban People 12 (1): 61-88. ISSN 1212-8112.

Religion forms society in a significant way and provides the basic norms of social behaviour. Even if in present-day Czech society almost two-thirds of the population does not belong to any religious denomination, one cannot deny that this society still relates to Christian norms and value. This can be distinctly observed in the family sphere. Attitudes on families and familial behaviour have, however, changed in this secular society. The article observes, on the basis of data from Generations and Gender Survey (2005), how significant the differences between Roman Catholics and non-believers are today in the sphere of familial behaviour and shared norms. Doing so, it takes into account the influence of age, comparing the reproductive and post-reproductive age categories.

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value orientations
religion and religiosity
family