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Japanese Youth Confronts Religion: A sociological survey conducted among Japanese university students in Japan

by Basabe, Fernando M

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Tokyo/ Rutland, Sophia Univ/ Tuttle, 1967. Hardcover. 1st printing. 26.4 cm (10.3 inch) tall. 183 pages. Condition of book: Book Very Good (light general wear; a few scattered paperclip dents on pages; clean & tight)/ Dust jacket Good+ (moderate edge wear, including a 2-inch tear on either side of spine top; spine faded) in archival cover. Results of a survey of 6,586 students at 44 Japanese colleges. 36 questions with results by religious background & other factors; quoted comments from students. In English; includes original questions in Japanese. Japan, Sociology, Survey, Christianity, Buddhism, Shinto, Religion. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.

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