Young Australians’ Perspectives on Religions and Non-Religious Worldviews
•THE AGZ STUDY: Contemporary teenagers are exposed to diversity in ways that are unprecedented, through social media, school and peers.
•The Australian Generation Z study (AGZ Study) provides a powerful insight into how teenagers are making sense of the world around them.
•Funded by the Australian Research Council, it explores teenagers’ experiences and understandings of religious, spiritual, gender and sexual diversity.
•The AGZ Study comprises 11 focus groups with students in Years 9 and 10 in three states (ages 15-16), a nationally representative telephone survey of 1200 people aged 13-18, and 30 in-depth, follow-up interviews with survey participants.
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Associate Professor Andrew Singleton
Dr Anna Halafoff
UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK, UK
Professor Leslie Francis
Dr Elisabeth Arweck
Professor Robert Jackson
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Professor Mary Louise Rasmussen
Professor Gary Bouma
This project is funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Scheme: DP160102367