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Orientação religiosa interna. Orientação religiosa externa. Oferta de papéis votivos aos mortos. Obrigação moral de oferecer papel votivo. Investir em papel votivo.

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Thanh, N. N. ., Thuy, N. T. ., Thao, B. T. ., & Huong, H. T. T. . (2023). DESENVOLVENDO RECURSOS HUMANOS DE ALTA QUALIDADE PROVÍNCIA DE BINH DUONG, VIETNÃ - SOLUÇÕES E POLÍTICAS. Synesis (ISSN 1984-6754), 15(2), 208–222. Recuperado de


Todo estrangeiro que vem ao Vietnã no Tet e em outros feriados espirituais do ano fica muito surpreso ao testemunhar o fenômeno de oferecer papéis votivos para os mortos em todos os lugares. Este fato tem recebido grande atenção de cientistas nacionais e internacionais. No entanto, estudos anteriores apenas pararam em pesquisas qualitativas. Para enriquecer a literatura da pesquisa, este estudo explora a relação entre a orientação religiosa individual e o comportamento dos vietnamitas para queimar papéis votivos para os mortos. Este estudo foi conduzido através de uma pesquisa transversal utilizando a técnica de amostragem intencional (n=200). A técnica de análise de regressão linear multivariada foi aplicada para provar as hipóteses. Os resultados da pesquisa mostram que existe uma relação entre a orientação religiosa e o comportamento do povo vietnamita de queimar papéis votivos para os mortos. Indivíduos com orientação religiosa externa tendem a oferecer papéis votivos para os mortos por motivos não religiosos. Indivíduos com orientação religiosa interna tendem a oferecer documentos votivos aos mortos por motivos religiosos.

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