This thesis set out to examine the religious demography of rural Demark, more specifically Lolland-Falster to determine whether or not the religious suppliers in this region organizes volunteer work. Secondly, there is an analysis of a questionnaire that focuses on the religious consumers and whether or not they can be said to be modern religious consumers, by picking religious traditions from more than one religious supplier. But more importantly, the questionnaire is analyzed to document the character and extent, of the volunteering to see if their volunteer work can be a supplement to the public welfare service, in this less wealthy part of Denmark. Thirdly this thesis also examines the values that these religious consumers put into their volunteer work, to determine if they do work as volunteers because they are religious.
|Uddannelser||Socialvidenskab, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||29 jul. 2013|
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