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Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
Until the 1960's, the concept of religiosity in sociology was very underdeveloped. Although many earlier social scientists were interested in religion, the concept of religiosity was conceptually and theoretically unsophisticated. Religiosity or religiousness was most often determined by church attendance or sometimes simply church membership. In the last two decades, much has been done to rectify this condition.
Black, Jeff, "The Multidimensional Concept of Religiosity and its Application to the Construction of Mormon Religiosity Scales" (1987). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 310.
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