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Reassessing the Size of Mormons, Adventists and Witnesses: Using Census Data to Test the Reliability of Membership Data and Accounting for the Disparate Patterns Found

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Title
Reassessing the Size of Mormons, Adventists and Witnesses: Using Census Data to Test the Reliability of Membership Data and Accounting for the Disparate Patterns Found
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Review of Religious Research, May 2020
DOI 10.1007/s13644-020-00408-z
Authors

Ronald Lawson, G. Kenneth Xydias

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#11,886,426
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#191
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#188,649
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#8
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