Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective (YARG)

The research program Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective YARG aims at exploring contemporary religiosities, worldviews and values globally. The project has implemented and developed a mixed-method study that is currently conducted in China, India, Israel, Japan, Ghana, Peru, Poland, Russia, Finland and Sweden, USA and Turkey. In addition to assessing contemporary religiosities, worldviews and values globally among young adults, the project also explores associations with well-being, health, trauma and meaning-making.

Several researchers from the Finnish part of the Network are engaged in the research, among others Professor Peter Nynäs, Senior researcher Mika Lassander, PhD student Habibe Erdis and PhD student Marlijn Meijler.

More information can be found on the official site.

 

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