The perceived influence of Seventh-day Adventist religious tradition on clergy's ability to achieve balanced psychosocial development

Full Title
The perceived influence of Seventh-day Adventist religious tradition on clergy's ability to achieve balanced psychosocial development
Author
Vaughn K Grant
Abstract
This project seeks to assess the significant relationship between the Seventh-day Adventist tradition and the first seven crisis stages of Erik Erikson's model of psychosocial development. Participants who report a high score in one of Erikson's stages are expected to report a high score as a result of the influence of religious tradition, for that stage. The Seventh-day Adventist church has its own unique culture, traditions, conservative principles and philosophy that are grounded in the 28 fundamental beliefs of the church. This project sought to find correlations between religious tradition and Erikson's stages.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
William M Clements
Language
English
Date
2009
Number of Pages
83