Neo-Pagan Religious Symbolism in the Home

Lindsay Tan, Lindsay Clark Tan & Lindsay Clark
This dataset was collected in association with an IRB-approved study of neo-pagan religious symbolism in the home. Specifically, this study examined shrines and altars within the home as an expression of religious symbolism. An online survey instrument solicited quantitative and qualitative responses from those who self-identify as “pagan” or “neo-pagan”. Snowball sampling was used; prospective participants from the population were contacted via known online fora and asked to propagate the study among their peers. Due...
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