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Volunteering // Science of Generosity // University of Notre Dame
"The following is an excerpt from “More about Generosity: An Addendum to the Generosity, Social Psychology and Philanthropy Literature Reviews,” (University of Notre Dame, July 7, 2009)."
volunteer  generosity  community  reference  bibliography 
august 2012 by tsuomela
Religious Attendance Relates to Generosity Worldwide
Gallup data reveal that adherents of all the major world religions who attended religious services (attenders) in the past week have higher rates of generosity than do their coreligionists who did not attend services (non-attenders). Even for individuals who do not affiliate with any religious tradition, those who said they attended religious services in the past week exhibited more generous behaviors.
religion  generosity  charity  philanthropy  trends  polls 
september 2009 by tsuomela

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