Document Type

Paper

Publication Date

4-2022

Abstract

Scholars have studied the effects of framing on different groups of people for decades. There has also been research on the relationship between religious beliefs and politics. This article takes the unique population of a Christian college campus to combine the test of faith against politics through subtle framing. When faced with a political frame, will these Christians ultimately side with their political beliefs or their religious beliefs? I found through a questionnaire experiment run in November 2021 on Taylor University students and some faculty that religious beliefs prevailed. This result is somewhat surprising giving the current political climate, but it is just a step into understanding the evangelical population and their relationship with politics.

Notes

Course: POS 450 (Directed Research) - Dr. Jakob A. Miller

Project Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jakob A. Miller

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