Browsing by Author "Diamond, Etan"

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  • Diamond, Etan; Farnsley, Arthur E. II (1997-05)
    We know from contemporary surveys of religious affiliation what the religious landscape of contemporary Indianapolis looks like. In the 1990s, Catholics are the single largest religious group, with Black Baptists and ...
  • Diamond, Etan; Farnsley, Arthur E. II (1997-05)
    Like a photograph, a survey provides a snapshot of people’s attitudes or behaviors at a single point in time. It often reveals little about the past and how those attitudes have changed. Only by comparing different surveys ...
  • Diamond, Etan (1999-04)
    Until the middle of this century, people’s conceptions of proximity and distance were closely correlated. Things physically nearby were perceived as “close,” while physically distant places were “far.” But changes in ...
  • Diamond, Etan (1999-12)
    Religious commuting—the act of driving to church in another neighborhood or even on the other side of the city—has been part of the metropolitan experience since the early 20th century. Surveys have consistently shown that ...

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