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Gender Role Attitudes and Religiosity Across Generations and Decades: A Research Report on an Ongoing Project
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Tables Table 1 HLM’s Predicting Religiosity and Feminism (1971-1997) Religiosity (S.E.) p-value Feminism (S.E.) p-value Feminism -.21 (.02) .00 Religiosity -.18 (.01) .00 WWII Generation -.04 (.03) .22 .05 (.02) .04 Baby Boomers -.07 (.03) .04 .08 (.02) .00 Generation X -.13 (.04) .00 .08 (.03) .00 Wave 1988 .04 (.01) .00 .19 (.01) .00 Wave 1994 .04 (.01) .00 .19 (.01) .00 Wave 1997 .05 (.01) .00 .18 (.01) .00 Female .08 (.01) .00 .09 (.01) .00 Education .07 (.03) .01 .20 (.02) .00 Intercept .53 (.04) .00 .37 (.02) .00 N 1263/290 1263/290 Notes: Hierarchical linear models (with random intercepts and slopes) predicting religiosity (Model 1) and feminism (Model 2). The models include 1263 respondents nested in 290 families. Entries are fixed effects coefficients. Excluded generation is the pre-WWII generation. Excluded Wave is 1971. Standard deviations (and standard errors) for random respondent- and family-specific intercepts and slopes not shown (but are statistically significant in every case and available from the first author upon request). Data Source: Longitudinal Study of Generations, 1971-1997.

Authors: Mulligan, Ken., Grant, Tobin. and Bryan, Jessica.
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Table 1 HLM’s Predicting Religiosity and Feminism (1971-1997)

Religiosity
(S.E.)
p-value
Feminism
(S.E.)
p-value

Feminism

-.21
(.02)
.00
Religiosity

-.18
(.01)
.00
WWII Generation

-.04
(.03)
.22 .05
(.02)
.04
Baby Boomers

-.07
(.03)
.04 .08
(.02)
.00
Generation X

-.13
(.04)
.00 .08
(.03)
.00
Wave 1988

.04
(.01)
.00 .19
(.01)
.00
Wave 1994

.04
(.01)
.00 .19
(.01)
.00
Wave 1997

.05
(.01)
.00 .18
(.01)
.00
Female

.08
(.01)
.00 .09
(.01)
.00
Education

.07
(.03)
.01 .20
(.02)
.00
Intercept
.53
(.04)
.00 .37
(.02)
.00
N
1263/290
1263/290
Notes: Hierarchical linear models (with random intercepts and slopes) predicting
religiosity (Model 1) and feminism (Model 2). The models include 1263 respondents
nested in 290 families. Entries are fixed effects coefficients. Excluded generation is
the pre-WWII generation. Excluded Wave is 1971. Standard deviations (and standard
errors) for random respondent- and family-specific intercepts and slopes not shown (but
are statistically significant in every case and available from the first author upon
request). Data Source: Longitudinal Study of Generations, 1971-1997.





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