A Faith-Based Program Evaluation: Moral Development of Seminary Students at The Louisiana State Penitentiary
186 pages, long, this dissertation discusses the relationship between type, crime, ministry, and moral reasoning skills within a Christian framework. Describes what types of crime are favored by which types (See pg. 96). Describes what types are likely to become ministers by denomination (FJs were overall favored). People with preferences for Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, and Perceiving tended to have higher moral reasoning skills. Much other interesting data throughout.