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Author
Olah Serban (University of Oradea, Romania), Roseanu Gabriel (University of Oradea, Romania)
Title
Religious Giving in Romania
Datki na kościół w Rumunii
Source
Myśl Ekonomiczna i Polityczna, 2016, nr 3 (54), s. 176-189, tab., aneks, bibliogr. s. 187
Keyword
Darowizny, Kościół w społeczeństwie
Donation, Church in society
Note
streszcz., summ., rez.
Country
Rumunia
Romania
Abstract
Artykuł analizuje praktykę datków kościelnych w Rumunii. W pierwszej części autorzy analizują nową literaturę naukową dotyczącą predyktorów datków na kościół. Następnie, ilościowo badają bazę danych zachowań religijnych odpowiadających rumuńskiej próbie krajowej od 2011 roku przy użyciu oprogramowania statystycznego R. Interpretacja uzyskanych wyników i wnioski zostały przedstawione w ostatniej części opracowania. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The paper analyzes the practice of religious giving in Romania. In the first part the authors examine the recent scientific literature regarding the predictors of religious giving. Secondly, they quantitatively explore a data base of religious behavior corresponding to a Romanian national sample from 2011 using the R statistical software. Interpretation of the obtained results and conclusions are presented in the last part of the study. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2081-5913
Language
eng
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