Religious factors

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  • This chapter raises some questions about the relations between religion, culture and mental health. Does religion cause, exacerbate or relieve mental disorder? And what role is played by cultural factors in the relations between mental health and religion? Are religion’s roles in mental health similar in every culture? An underlying task for this book and its readers is to examine several prevalent ideas and questions about religion and mental health.

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  • At the end of the day what counts here is not whether a person making war could successfully justify the action in some court of theology against the best religious scholars or religious judges of his or her tradition. In many cases, as suggested above, the argument cuts both ways and the leaders of war are rarely put to such a test. What concerns us is the way in which leaders can use the a religious justification for war in a way that people will follow them to war, to...

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  • An intact two-parent family and regular church attendance are each associated with fewer problem behaviors, more positive social development, and fewer parental concerns about the child’s learning and achievement. Taken together, the two home-environment factors have an additive relationship with child well-being. That is, children who live in an intact family and attend religious services regularly generally come out best on child development measures, while children who do neither come out worst.

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  • Much social science research on child development has focused on the role played by social class and socioeconomic factors like childhood poverty and family income, low parent education, and the more limited opportunities and negative influences faced by minority children. And indeed, the survey data show that the developmental problems listed above are more common among children from low-income families, families where parents have less than a high school education, and Black and Hispanic families.

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  • The average American consumes an estimated 50 tons of food in a lifetime. This staggering amount of food represents the sum of daily choices each of us makes regarding the type, quality, and quantity of foods. These critical choices in turn reflect a complex interplay of many factors, including family upbringing, religious or philosophical beliefs, as well as practical matters, such as the cost and availability of foods and beverages. Importantly, Americans are increasingly selecting food for health reasons.

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  • The presence or lack of these five factors was the determinant of the role of religion in the given conflict. Due to the nature of this methodology these are debateable findings. For instance one leader may declare simply ‘May God bless us and watch over us’ whereas another may declare that ‘God calls us, his chosen people, to annihilate our enemies’. Both are employing a religious discourse yet there is clearly a difference in severity. Measuring this difference is...

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  • In some countries, the possibility of women migrating may be influenced by religious and other sociocultural constraints. A study of Asian migration demonstrated that while women dominate migration flows from countries such as the Philippines and Sri Lanka, sociocultural factors in countries such as Bangladesh and Pakistan apparently limit female emigration (Battistella 2003, 1-33).

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  • In approaching this complex subject, it is important to understand where it sits in our social and political order. First, we must recognize that armed conflict is rarely, if ever, solely about religion or religious differences. Although armed conflicts may take on religious overtones, their genesis is found in a complex matrix of crisscrossing and mutually exacerbating factors such as economics, politics, resources, ethnicity and identity, power struggles, inequality, oppression, and other historical grievances.

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  • The factory owner was the supreme type of that sheer individualism which had burst forth from the restraints of feudalism. He stood alone fighting his commercial contests with persistent personal doggedness. Beneath his occasional benevolence and his religious professions was a wild ardor in the checkmating or bankruptcy of his competitors. These were his enemies; he fought them with every mercantile weapon, and they him; and none gave quarter.

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