After a history of mostly ambivalence and neglect, organization‐focused research has shown a steadily growing interest in religiosity and spirituality over the past decade. While organizational scholars have been slower to incorporate religion and spirituality into their research, psychologists have progressed enough to have a well‐developed specialty area, the psychology of religion. This paper delves into the psychology of religion literature by presenting and discussing existing measures, their construction and specific purposes. This paper seeks to encourage, hearten and assist those who are beginning to explore religion and spirituality in the organizational studies.
King, J.E. and Crowther, M.R. (2004), "The measurement of religiosity and spirituality: Examples and issues from psychology", Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 17 No. 1, pp. 83-101. https://doi.org/10.1108/09534810410511314Download as .RIS
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