Purpose in Life and Religious Orientation

Volume
Volume 3
Issue
Spring 1975
Title
Purpose in Life and Religious Orientation
Abstract

Allport states that intrinsic religion, in contrast to its extrinsic opposite, "floods the whole life with motivation and meaning."€The present study was designed to test the hypothesis that the intrinsic experiences a significantly higher sense of meaning in life than does the extrinsic. Results supported the hypothesis with both the intrinsic and indiscriminately proreligious indicating a significantly greater sense of purpose in life than the extrinsic.

Author
Dr. M. Bolt
Pages
116 - 118
Price
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