Antipathy towards the ch‎aracters

Antipathy towards the ch‎aracters (Religious Antipathy)
Ian G. Hansen and Ara Norenzayan
بیزاری از شخصیت دینی
1. Refer to the following scale to indicate how you feel about each ch‎aracter in the story.
1= Extremely negative‚ 2= Very negative‚ 3=Generally negative‚ 4=Slightly negative‚ 5=Neutral‚ 6=Slightly positive‚ 7=Generally positive‚ 8=Very positive‚ 9=Extremely positive
Piscine Patel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
The pandit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
The priest 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
The imam 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Piscine's parents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
2. How wicked (evil‚ bad) and how righteous (good) do you think each ch‎aracter is in the story? [1 = extremely wicked; 9 = extremely righteous]
3. State how likely it is that each ch‎aracter will go to heaven or hell. If you do not believe in heaven and hell‚ check here ____ and leave the question blank. [1 = definitely hell; 9 = definitely heaven; 2 and 8 = “very probably hell/heaven”; 3 and 7= “more probably hell/heaven”; 4 and 6 = “slightly more probably hell/heaven”]
4. Do you think that each ch‎aracter will have good or bad experiences after they die? If you are not sure‚ mark neutral. If you do not believe that people have experiences after they die‚ check here ____ and leave this question blank. [1 = totally bad (experience after death); 9 = totally good experience after death; 2 and 8 = “very bad/good”; 3 and 7 = “generally bad/good”; 4 and 6 = “slightly bad/good”]
5. If you ruled the world and could easily punish people who did not do as you told them‚ whom would you forbid from talking about their beliefs to your friends and family and to others in your religious group? [1 = definitely forbidden; 9 = definitely not forbidden; 2 and 8 = “very probably”; 3 and 7 = “more probably”; 4 and 6 =“slightly more probably”]
Feelings about Hypothetical Killing of the ch‎aracters (Aggressive Antipathy)
6. How sad or joyous do you think the Divine would feel at the killing of each ch‎aracter—in other words‚ how much do you think each ch‎aracter deserved to be killed? Assume that the Divine is not joyous to see a righteous person killed. Please pay close attention to the scale. If you do not believe that the Divine “feels” emotions‚ then please check here ____ and leave the question blank.
Willingness to Violate the Civil Rights of the ch‎aracters (Civil Intolerance) [based on Sullivan‚ Pierson & Marcus (1982)]
1= Extremely negative‚ 2= Very negative‚ 3=Generally negative‚ 4=Slightly negative‚ 5=Neutral‚ 6=Slightly positive‚ 7=Generally positive‚ 8=Very positive‚ 9=Extremely positive
People who believe and practice 3 religions at once 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hindus 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Christians 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Muslims 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Nonreligious people 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1. ___________ should be BANNED from being a political leader of your country.
2. ________ should be ALLOWED to teach in public schools. *
3. If ___________ form groups‚ these groups should be OUTLAWED.
4. ___________ should be ALLOWED to make a speech in your town or city.*
5. __________ should have their PHONE CONVERSATIONS SECRETLY LISTENED TO by your government.
6. _________ should be ALLOWED to hold rallies in your town or city.*
[1 = totally disagree 9 = totally agree; 2 and 8 = “strongly disagree/agree”; 3 and 7
= “disagree/agree”; 4 and 6 = “slightly disagree/agree”] * Reversed item
Support for Moral/Religious Killing (Religious Aggression)
1. The Divine rejoices in the killing of the wicked—glad that they are taken off the earth—but the Divine is sad at the killing of the righteous‚ because their loss is a great loss.
2. It is good when a wicked person dies. (It is a pity if they go to hell‚ but the Divine is better served if the wicked are gone).
3. It is good to kill a wicked person.
4. The Divine sometimes calls on the righteous to kill the wicked.
[1 = totally untrue; 9 = totally true; 2 and 8 = “very untrue/true”; 3 and 7 =“generally untrue/true”; 4 and 6 = “slightly untrue/true”]
شرح سایت روان سنجی:  این ابزار برای پژوهشی درباره میزان دینداری و عدم تحمل نزد مسحیان و بودائیان به کار گرفته شده است. این ابزار در کانادا طراحی شده و از فرهنگ آن دیار متاثر است.
تاریخ یافت نشد ولی پس از سال 2006 است.
چگونگی دستیابی
This instrument can be found on pages 58-59 of When How You Believe Matters More than What You Believe: Religiosity and Religious Intolerance among Christians and Buddhists. Available online at: http://www2.psych.ubc.ca/ch‎aranlab/pdf/HansenNorenzayanReligiousTolerance.pdf
منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Ian G. Hansen and Ara Norenzayan. When How You Believe Matters More than What You Believe: Religiosity and Religious Intolerance among Christians and Buddhists. University of British Columbia.
   
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