This study examines the underlying viewpoints of Christians, Muslims, and Atheists in the United States about the perceived stereotypical traits of those in their own and the other groups. The study uses Q sorting methods to uncover these viewpoints and is based on the 41 sub-traits identified by the Hogan Personality Inventory. The purpose of the study is to identify places for potential increased harmony amongst these three groups as well as places of misunderstanding within the U.S. and beyond.
Associate Professor, School of Leadership and Professional Studies, Western Kentucky University, Kentucky, United States
RELIGIOUS COMMONALITIES, CHRISTIAN, MUSLIM, ATHEIST, UNITED STATES, STEREOTYPES, HARMONY, MISUNDERSTANDINGS
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