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Secularism and Nonreligion
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52 Publications
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  • Review of Religion in a Liberal State

    Rudas, Sebastián (2015)
    Religion in a Liberal State, by Gavin D’Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood and Julian Rivers. Cambridge University Press, 2013

    Irreligious Socialization? The Adult Religious Preferences of Individuals Raised with No Religion

    Stephen M. Merino (2012)
    Recent birth cohorts of Americans are more likely than previous cohorts to be raised outside of a religious tradition. In addition, those raised with no religion are increasingly likely to have no religious preference as adults. Despite their growing numbers, individuals raised with no religion have received little attention from scholars. The adult religious preferences of these individuals provide researchers with a unique opportunity to test theories of religion and social change. Using Ge...

    Straight Gods, White Devils: Exploring Paths to Non-Religion in the Lives of Black LGBTQ People

    Kolysh, Simone (2017)
    To examine paths to non-religion in the lives of black LGBTQ people, I analyze 10 interviews of black LGBTQ people who were raised Christian. Utilizing an intersectional lens, I conclude that lessons of the Christian home, reinforced in religious school and at church, drew a connection between Christianity, one’s racial and ethnic identity, and heterosexuality in such a way that being LGBTQ was marked un-Christian and foreign, and sometimes associated with whiteness. This further shaped how m...

    No One Expects a Transgender Jew: Religious, Sexual and Gendered Intersections in the Evaluation of Religious and Nonreligious Others

    Cragun, Ryan; Sumerau, J E (2017)
    While a large body of research has established that there is substantial prejudice against atheists and nonreligious individuals, both in the US and in other countries where nonreligious people are minorities, to date very little research has looked beyond attitudes toward solitary identities (e.g., “atheists” vs. “gay atheists”). Given the growing recognition of the importance of intersectionality in understanding the experiences of minorities, in this article we examined attitudes toward in...
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