The Chicago Latino Congregations Study (CLCS): Methodological Considerations

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Abstract

Describes methodology for Chicago Latino Congregations Study, a multi-level study of Latino congregations in the Chicago area. Data collection in 2007 included surveys, focus groups and interviews of clergy, lay leaders, and adult and youth congregants. Provides an in-depth look at Latino congregations, leaders and members, connections to other community organizations, congregational life, social services, faith-based networks, and role of Latino church leadership.

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Document Type
  • Report

Creator
  • David Sikkink

  • Edwin I. Hernández

  • Jeffrey Smith

  • Rebecca Burwell

  • Milagros Peña

Date Created
  • 2010-05-01

Subject
  • Religion

Language
  • English

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  • All rights reserved

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