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Diff e rences in Religious Socialisation across Generations
Mišovič Ján
Religious socialisation has been an important issue for many foreign authors. In their analysis, they use (in addition to domestic research data) data containing information about national units which are obtained from the International Social Survey Program (ISSP) 2008: Religion III. The topic of religious socialisation is beginning to attract attention even within Czech professional discourse. The article builds on existing approaches and focuses on the circumstances of religious socialisation in the Czech Republic. It deals with the degree of intergenerational transmission of religious ideas. The aim is to evaluate the form of religious worldview within the main age groups of the Czech population and their parents. During the interpretation
of the fi ndings, the results of a representative survey (carried out from December 2015 to January 2016 among the population of the Czech Republic aged 15 and older in the range of 522 respondents) were used. The data obtained enabled a comparison of the shifts in faith in God since 1991.

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