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Values are deeply embedded and critical for transmitting and teaching a culture’s beliefs. Values are not static; they vary across time and between groups as people evaluate, debate, and change collective societal beliefs. Values also vary from culture to culture. Beliefs are the tenets or convictions that people hold to be true. To illustrate the difference, Americans commonly believe in the American Dream-that anyone who works hard enough will be successful and wealthy. For example, cultures differ in their values about what kinds of physical closeness are appropriate in public.
1 The Values and Beliefs of the American Public Wave III Baylor Religion Survey September 2011.
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The pan-European EVS provides data about (1) the attachment of the citizens of thirty-three countries to institutional religion as measured by three indicators (Church membership, church attendance and confidence in the Church) and (2) informal or privatised religion in these societies. The most recent EVS was conducted in 1999, an innovative venture as it included in its trawl data for former Soviet-bloc countries.
Religious belief refers to attitudes towards mythological, supernatural, or spiritual aspects of a religion. Religious belief is distinct from religious practice or religious behaviours with some believers not practicing religion and some practitioners not believing religion. While it is popularly conceived that religions each have identifiable and exclusive sets of beliefs or creeds, surveys of religious belief have often found that the official doctrine and descriptions of the beliefs offered by religious authorities do not always agree with the privately held beliefs of those who identify as members of a particular religion. A broad classification of the kinds.