This study analyzes the differences in argumentativeness between France and Britain. A total of 521 individuals in France (n = 244) and Britain (n = 277) participated in this study. Results indicate British Christians had a lower level of argumentativeness than French Christians. Religiosity was a nonsignificant predictor of total argumentativeness in France. However, in Britain, religiosity significantly predicted 37% of total argumentativeness.
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Croucher, Stephen M.; Anarbaeva, Samara; Turner, Jacob; Oommen, Deepa; and Borton, Ian
"A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Argumentativeness Among Christians in France and Britain,"
Speaker & Gavel: Vol. 47
, Article 3.
Available at: http://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/speaker-gavel/vol47/iss1/3