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Thus, the inclusion of the NACSW sample, which included a higher percentage of traditional believers, was germane.
The survey was pretested with student members of NASW and NACSW to ensure good comprehension of the items and took roughly 15 minutes to complete.
Among NACSW respondents, the most prominent group was evangelical Protestants (52.3%, n = 46), followed by mainline Protestants (19.3%, n = 17), theologically liberal Protestants (8.0%, n = 7), theologically conservative Protestants (8.0%, n = 7), Catholics (6.8%, n = 6), nonrespondents (3.4%, n = 3), Jews (1.1%, n = 1), and those of other faiths (1.1%, n = 1).
Finally, analysis was conducted to examine differences between the NASW and NACSW samples.
This article explored perceptions of religious discrimination in social work education among two national samples of professionally affiliated graduate students (NASW and NACSW).The extant literature suggested two hypotheses: (1) that adherents of faith traditions would be more likely to report experiencing discrimination due to their religious beliefs than those who reported no affiliation and (2) that adherents of more traditional theistic traditions, such as evangelical Protestantism, would be more likely to report experiencing discrimination due to their religious beliefs than adherents of more liberal traditions, such as theologically liberal or mainline Protestantism.
Analysis revealed no significant differences between NASW and NACSW samples on any of the above demographic characteristics.
The first subsection reports perceptions among the NASW sample while the second reports perceptions among the NACSW sample.
Among the NACSW respondents, the most prominent group was evangelical Protestants (52.3%, n=46), followed by mainline Protestants (19.3%, n=17), theologically liberal Protestants (7.9%, n=7), theologically conservative Protestants (7.9%, n=7), Catholics (6.8%, n=6), non-respondents (3.4%, n=3), Jews (1.1%, n=1), and adherents of other faiths (1.1%, n=l).
Finally, analysis was conducted to examine the existence of any significant differences between the NASW and NACSW samples.
Instructor listing by state, and information on competitions and membership: nacsw.net
* THE PARKER VIDEOS: HOW ONE DOG GOT STARTED IN K9 NOSE WORK by NACSW and Christy Waehner.
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