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Religion, Communication, and Social Capital
Unformatted Document Text:  Religion, Communication, and Social Capital --29-- Appendix: Items Used from 2000 NES Data Set Age: v000908 Formal Education: v000913 Gender: v001029 Income: v000997 Ideology:: v000446 Church Attendance: v000879, v000883 White Evangelical Protestants: All respondents that indicated the following responses were coded as white Evangelical Protestants: v000884=9 (Evangelical United Brethern); v000884=16 (Assembly of God); v000884=18 (Holiness); v000886=1 (Southern Baptist Convention); v000886=2 (American Baptist Churches in the USA); v000886=3 (American Baptist Association); v000886=4 (Independent Baptist); v000888=1 (Evangelical Luther Church); v000888=2 (Evangelical Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod); v000891=1 (Christian Reformed Church); v000892=1 (Church of the Brethern); v000892=2 (The Plymouth Brethern); v000894=1 (Church of Christ); v000895=1 (Church of God of Anderson, Indiana); v000895=2 (Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee); v000895=3 (Church of God in Christ); v000895=7 (Church of God, other). White mainline Protestants: All respondents that indicated the following responses were coded as white mainline Protestants: v000884=2 (Episcopalian, Anglican, Church of England); v000884=5 (Just protestant); v000884=13 (United Church of Christ); v000884=22 (Non-denominational, protestant); v000889=1 (United Methodist Church); v000891=2 (The Reformed Church in America); v000893=1 (Christian Church Disciples of Christ); v000894=2 (United Church of Christ). Race (White): v001006a Church Attendance: v000879, v000883 Literal Interpretation of the Bible: v000876 Networks. Secular networks are “Total Discussion Networks – Church-Based Discussion Networks (Religious Networks)”. Religious Networks: v001714, v001722, v001730, Secular Networks: v001699, v1700, v1701, 1702, v001714, v001722, v001730, Diversity of Political Discussion Networks: v000793, v001710, v001718, v001726, v001734, v001704, v001712, v001720, v001728, v001709, v001717, v001725, v001733

Authors: Nisbet, Matthew., Moy, Patricia. and Scheufele, Dietram.
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Religion, Communication, and Social Capital
--29--
Appendix: Items Used from 2000 NES Data Set
Age: v000908

Formal Education: v000913

Gender
: v001029

Income: v000997

Ideology:: v000446

Church Attendance: v000879, v000883
White Evangelical Protestants: All respondents that indicated the following responses were
coded as white Evangelical Protestants: v000884=9 (Evangelical United Brethern); v000884=16
(Assembly of God); v000884=18 (Holiness); v000886=1 (Southern Baptist Convention);
v000886=2 (American Baptist Churches in the USA); v000886=3 (American Baptist
Association); v000886=4 (Independent Baptist); v000888=1 (Evangelical Luther Church);
v000888=2 (Evangelical Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod); v000891=1 (Christian Reformed
Church); v000892=1 (Church of the Brethern); v000892=2 (The Plymouth Brethern);
v000894=1 (Church of Christ); v000895=1 (Church of God of Anderson, Indiana); v000895=2
(Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee); v000895=3 (Church of God in Christ); v000895=7
(Church of God, other).

White mainline Protestants
: All respondents that indicated the following responses were coded
as white mainline Protestants: v000884=2 (Episcopalian, Anglican, Church of England);
v000884=5 (Just protestant); v000884=13 (United Church of Christ); v000884=22 (Non-
denominational, protestant); v000889=1 (United Methodist Church); v000891=2 (The Reformed
Church in America); v000893=1 (Christian Church Disciples of Christ); v000894=2 (United
Church of Christ).

Race (White): v001006a

Church Attendance:
v000879, v000883
Literal Interpretation of the Bible: v000876
Networks. Secular networks are “Total Discussion Networks – Church-Based Discussion
Networks (Religious Networks)”.
Religious Networks: v001714, v001722, v001730,
Secular Networks: v001699, v1700, v1701, 1702, v001714, v001722, v001730,

Diversity of Political Discussion Networks: v000793, v001710, v001718, v001726, v001734,
v001704, v001712, v001720, v001728, v001709, v001717, v001725, v001733


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