Protestant Ethic, Religiosity and Migration in Hungary at the Reformation 500th Anniversary
We aim to scrutinize faith values and belief as well as the mental and psychological well-being of those asserting an uncertain religious identity, either through self-identification (i.e. classifying themselves as „religious in their own way”) or showing loose ties to traditional institutionalized religiosity through their religious behaviour. We will examine whether an internal structure of faith and belief is related to religious behaviour, religious identity and self-classification. Our focus is on what is behind religious identifications and how it interacts with subjective well-being and mental health, a key function of religious affiliation according to previous research. Thus, our findings will contribute to the research into understanding the meaning of the category „religious in their own way” and also the changing role of religion in contemporary Hungarian society.