2022
DOI: 10.18261/njrs.35.1.1
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Religious Sensitivity at Secular Universities – A Cross-Sectional Replication Study among Norwegian Psychology Students

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“…1 In the following, I first present the three studies separately, including a methodological reflection. The chapter draws on the published articles that are part of this thesis (Mandelkow, Austad, et al, 2021;Mandelkow, Frick, et al, 2021;Mandelkow & Reme, 2022) but provides additional methodological information and reflects on aspects that were not included in the restricted word limit of the journals. The next chapter discusses general methodological and epistemological aspects of this mixed-methods approach, before I finally reflect on one central ethical aspect, the role of the researcher's spirituality in research on spirituality.…”
Section: Study Design Methodology and Ethicsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1 In the following, I first present the three studies separately, including a methodological reflection. The chapter draws on the published articles that are part of this thesis (Mandelkow, Austad, et al, 2021;Mandelkow, Frick, et al, 2021;Mandelkow & Reme, 2022) but provides additional methodological information and reflects on aspects that were not included in the restricted word limit of the journals. The next chapter discusses general methodological and epistemological aspects of this mixed-methods approach, before I finally reflect on one central ethical aspect, the role of the researcher's spirituality in research on spirituality.…”
Section: Study Design Methodology and Ethicsmentioning
confidence: 99%