Lecture: First year results of Vanderbilt’s field study on religion and politics

This summer Vanderbilt University’s Center for the Study of Religion and Culture sent students out to question Tennessee residents about religion and politics.  The project, expected to continue for two more summers, is designed to give researchers enough time to gather good information about how local cultural and religious forces influence the political decisions of citizens. It also looks to judge how local culture and politics lead to religious beliefs and practices.

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