"The Tory Party at Prayer". an Assessment of Anglican Voters' Association with the Conservative Party

Joshua Bell

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Diploma Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: Pending, University of Lincoln, course: Global Justice, language: English, abstract: The aim of this study is to identify the reasons behind Anglican voters' association with the Conservative Party. In the first section, the study will assess the relevant data taken from 'Voting and Values in Britain: Does religion count?' by researchers at Theos Think Tank. The research supports the assumption that Anglicans are more likely to vote Conservative than any other political party. Having distinguished the facts, the second section of the study will establish the reasoning behind this relationship. Here, the thesis will draw upon a number of sources in order to explain the association. It was concluded that Anglican voters' association with the Conservative Party is largely a response to the historical relationship between the two. It was further concluded that much of the reasoning behind Anglican voters' preference may be down to their values regarding key moral issues. Areas for further research are also suggested within this study.

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Udgivet 24/10-2014
ISBN13 9783656764588
Forlag GRIN Verlag GmbH
Antal sider 76
Mål 148 × 5 × 210 mm
Vægt 109 gram
Sprog Engelsk