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Rola religijności dla Anonimowych Alkoholików

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The aim of this study was to examine whether aspects of religiosity (religious orientation, strength of religious faith, frequency of prayer and frequency of church attendance, religious coping) are related with hope, length of being in Alcoholics Anonymous and involvement in 12-step Program. The sample consisted of 70 participants of Alcoholics Anonymous from Poznań. The following tools were used: Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith (SCSORF), The Age- Universal I-E Scale, Religious Coping Scale (RCOPE), Herth Hope Index (HHI), oneitem scales regarding frequency of prayer, frequency of church attendance, length of being in Alcoholics Anonymous and involvement in 12-step Program. Positive religious coping mediated between strength of religious faith and hope as well as between extrinsic personal religiosity and hope. Additionally positive religious coping mediated between involvement in 12-step Program and hope as well as length of being in Alcoholics Anonymous and hope. Involvement in 12-step Program was positively related to intrinsic religiosity, frequency of prayer, positive religious coping and strength o religious faith. Length of being in Alcoholics Anonymous correlated with intrinsic religiosity, extrinsic personal religiosity, frequency of prayer, frequency of church attendance, positive religious coping and strength o religious faith.
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