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Polls in this section are arranged in chronological order by last date of fieldwork. The survey also covered the possible return of British ground troops to Iraq to fight IS, and the commitment of British and US ground troops against IS in Syria, opinion being evenly divided in both cases.
Results are available at: Fieldwork took place partly before and partly after the House of Commons vote in favour of British air strikes against IS in Syria. The data table is at: The findings emerged from an online poll of 2, adults by ComRes for the Independent on Sunday conducted on December Topline results were published in the Independent on Sunday on 13 December and the full data tables are at: Topline results were published in the Evening Standard on 17 December and the full data table is available via the link at: Community, Diversity, and the Common Good.
It was prepared by a team of 20 commissioners, including several academics. Its findings and recommendations have proved controversial, not least in appearing to challenge the notion of the UK as a Christian society and the role of the Church of England within it.
The recurring theme is the need to learn to understand and live with differences, differences which are said largely to have arisen from the growth of non-Christian faiths and of people of no religion.
Although the Commission took evidence, in the form of responses to a public consultation, local hearings, weekend seminars, and personal interviews, it did not undertake any new quantitative research.
Rather, it relied in Appendix A and elsewhere upon the official censuses of religious profession, a range of sample survey data, and faith-based investigations. These statistics are not treated systematically, as an overview of changes in the religious landscape over recent decades, but selectively, in support of the various topics into which the report is sub-divided, such as education, media, dialogue, social action, and law.
The report is at: An estimatedvolunteer hours were given to be alongside the guests. The report is available at: However, the Trades Union Congress TUC has updated them for in the light of employment growth during the intervening three years. The TUC press release is at: Data were collected by means of a self-completion postal questionnaire sent to a random sample of 3, Jersey households in June-Julyrequesting it to be filled in by the household member who next celebrated their birthday and who was aged 16 or over.
For the first time, a question on religious affiliation was included. The report on the survey is available at: This worrying expansion in religious hate crimes reflected the domestic fallout from international tensions, most recently after the Islamist attacks in Paris, but, according to a police spokesperson, was also linked to improved reporting by the public of religious hate crimes and greater awareness of them on the part of police officers.
An interactive page for the figures can be found at: It provides an annual snapshot of religious population statistics analysed at the global and continental levels in parts 1 and 2, respectivelytogether with a series of eight case studies in part 3 none specific to the UK and a list of data sources in part 4.
The relationship between religion and party preference, he argues, is not primarily due to the social composition of the various religious groups, nor to ideological differences between them in terms of social conservatism, economic leftism, or national identity. Rather, particular denominations are associated with parties that represented their denominational interests in the early twentieth century, these linkages mainly being underpinned by parental transmission of party affiliation within denomination.
Data are presented separately for England and Wales and for Scotland, and for the principal religious groups Church of England, Church of Scotland, Nonconformist, Roman Catholic, and no religionalso controlling for religious practice. Having initially explored the prevalence of implicit religion, operationalized as attachment to traditional Christian rites of passage, the authors went on to test and confirm the hypothesis that explicit religiosity operationalized as church attendance and implicit religiosity as defined above are both associated with proscriptive attitudes towards substances.
Access options to the article are outlined at: Detailed results from the research will eventually appear in three books, which are being written, and 17 academic papers are currently under review or in process.
Meanwhile, the summary report can be read at: Using corpus-based discourse analysis techniques, the authors have studied the representation of Muslims and Islam in the British press over time, with reference to 11 broadsheet and tabloid newspapers.
Comparing withthey demonstrate a trend away from labelling both Muslims and Islamic in extremist terms but a slight increase in descriptions of Islam in these terms. This suggests that the labelling of extremism has become less personalized, more associated with the religion rather than its people.
At the same time, the press is projecting a growth in radicalization and attributing it in the main to extremist interpretations of Islam. The essay can be read at: Replies to the various health questions can be analysed by a range of background variables, including religion.
The wording of the religion question was: The dataset description is available at:Comparison of a tabloid and broadsheet article In this essay, the differences between two publications will be examined in detail.
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