Inter-disciplinary research that combines methods in psychology of the impact of religious change in Africa and theological approaches has been very scant in Nigeria. This study examines the relationship among religious denominations, quality of life, motivation and meaning in life in Abeokuta metropolis in Ogun State, Nigeria using psychological and religious tools. The study hypothesizes that members of the Roman Catholic denomination would differ from members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God and the Living Faith Church in motivational factors and meaning making.
Njoku, Mary Gloria and Adeyinka, Babajide Gideon
"Relationships Between Religious Denomination, Quality of Life, Motivation and Meaning in Abeokuta, Nigeria,"
Journal of Global Catholicism:
1, Article 3. p.24-51.
Available at: https://crossworks.holycross.edu/jgc/vol2/iss1/3
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