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The Effect of Religious Involvement on the Attitude towards Societal Work Norms-an empirical study of Muslim Subjects


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  • 宗教的関与が社会的労働規範に対する態度に及ぼす効果 : イスラーム教徒に対する実証的研究
  • 宗教的関与が社会的労働規範に対する態度に及ぼす効果--イスラーム教徒に対する実証的研究〔英文〕
  • シュウキョウテキ カンヨ ガ シャカイテキ ロウドウ キハン ニ タイスル タ

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In the present paper, the author discusses, based on empirical data, the relationship between the subject's religious involvement (with Islamic Religion), referred to, here, as RINDEX (Religious Index), and the extent to which he tends to agree with a set of 10 societal norms about work. These norms include 5 right or Entitlement Norms (EN) and 5 duty or Obligation Norms (ON) (presented in the form of 4-point scales). The results of 345 respondents show that the subjects highly involved with Islamic Religion (HRINDEX) are more likely to be obligation-oriented in their conception of work than do the moderately (MRINDEX) and less involved (LRINDEX) subjects. On the other hand, the LRINDEX subjects were found to be more right-oriented than HRINDEX and HRINDEX and MRINDEX subjects.


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