Religiosity and its Effects on Risky Behavior

Ashley Conrad, Huntington University

Full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v14/conrad.html

Abstract: By measuring religiosity and accountability, this research calculated whether or not these variables had an affect on risky behavior such as drinking underage. By looking at the importance of religiosity, accountability, peers, and family in college-age students, the study found if there was a significance between the variables and a student’s decision to participate in risky behavior.

Read the full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v14/conrad.html