Estimating the Effect of Christian Messages on Civic Engagement: Evidence from a Community-Collaborative Study in Zambia
Authors: Elizabeth Sperber, Gwyneth McClendon, O'Brien Kaaba
Kellogg Institute, April 2021
A significant literature suggests that religious conviction can drive political participation, perhaps because religious people internalize a moral obligation to act toward the common good and/or because religious conviction gives people a sense that their actions will make a difference. This paper presents findings...
Topics: Culture & Society, Religion