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Religions Orientation of Families in Croatia, Austria and Poland
; Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
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Str. 85 - 107
In this article religion is analized starting from sociological clasics to the contemporary sociologists of religion.
The situation with regard to the religion in Croatia, Poland and Austria after the second world war until today is described, and the newest sociological researches in this area is analyzed.
Todays actual situation in this three countries is compared and it is concluded that religion is the strongest in Poland, a bit less in Croatia and weakest in Austria.
The aim was to proove the results of the analysis in this three countries at the end of 1998 mentioned above.
The people questioned are young as well as their parents.
Their opinion is questioned with regard to religion; their selfestimation and religious practice.
Furthermore the religion is analized inside the family regard to the family members opinion about the abortion. And on the ground of this results it is obvious that family is the most religious in Poland, less in Croatia and the liest in Austria.
It is important to say that this results are grooving todays sociological research results that religion is not disappearing from the society but changing form and the contents which is in some wayprooved also in this research.
religion; family; selfestimation of religion; practice of religion; family opinion.
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