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This book explores the relation between participation and belief in popular religiosity, more specifically the effects of such participation on beliefs. This chapter gives an overview of the investigation of the relation between participation and beliefs in popular religiosity. It does by answering the research questions formulated on the basis of the theoretical and empirical research, and by formulating a set of hypotheses about the effect of popular religious participation on beliefs. It then identifies the empirical domain of popular religious participation or beliefs, always differentiating between high and low level participation and reporting the social location of the participation or beliefs. In light of these answers it makes some recommendations for further research and pastoral policy.

Keywords: popular religiosity; religious beliefs; religious participation; social location



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