RELIGIOSITY OF STUDENTS WITHIN THE DRC: PRELIMINARY EMPIRICAL FINDINGS

Matthias Gensicke

Abstract


This article focuses on the preliminary results of a survey that was conducted among
145 students at the Universities of Stellenbosch and Pretoria in October 2002. In
this survey the students were asked to answer questions regarding their personal
religiosity, their perception of the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) in the past,
present and the future, and the reconciliation process in South Africa, especially
with regard to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. At the end of this article
the author highlights certain trends that evolved out of the first evaluation of the
survey.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/83-0-884

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