This sociological study, attentive to the historical context of postwar evangelical social and political practice, analyzes evangelical views of climate change. The analysis shows that evangelicals are at least as concerned about the effects of climate change as the reference group, but less willing to support governmental intervention.
|Author||Lisa Weaver Swartz|
|Contributor||Christian Smith, Committee Member|
|Contributor||Omar Lizardo, Committee Member|
|Contributor||David Sikkink, Committee Chair|
|Degree Level||Master's Thesis|
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