Dindarlık Hayatımızı Hâlâ Etkiliyor mu? Çeşitli Dindarlık Tiplerine Göre Değer Yapılarının Farklılaşmasını Destekleyen Yeni Deliller
The original version of this text was written in English. It was then translated to French to appear in a book edited by Vassilis Saroglou & Dirk Hutsebaut (“Religion et développement humain”). This French translation was then translated to Turkish by Veysel Uysal, who republished it without us knowing anything about it (I accidentally discovered the Turkish version via google). The Turkish translation appeared without an abstract. Given that I do not speak Turkish, I decided to add the original English abstract instead.
Based on Schwartz’ (1992) value theory, Fontaine, Luyten & Corveleyn (2000) found that the value patterns associated with five types of religiosity (religious commitment and Hutsebaut’s (1996, 1997) four religious attitudes) could largely be reduced to a combination of two theoretically meaningful value patterns: a Transcendence / mutual Care and a Social order / Uncertainty avoidance pattern. In this study, we examined whether we could replicate these findings using a simplified measure of religious commitment and a more recent version of the Post-Critical Belief scale (Duriez, Fontaine & Hutsebaut, 2000). Results were largely in line with the results of Fontaine et al. (2000), but seem to suggest that it might be better to disentangle the Transcendence / mutual Care pattern into a strict Transcendence and a strict Mutual care pattern in order to get a better understanding of the value patterns associated with different types of religiosity.
Duriez, B., Fontaine, J.R.J., & Luyten, P. (2003). Dindarlık Hayatımızı Hâlâ Etkiliyor mu? Çeşitli Dindarlık Tiplerine Göre Değer Yapılarının Farklılaşmasını Destekleyen Yeni Deliller. M.Ü. İlâhiyat Fakültesi Dergisi, 24, 25-42.