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  • Is the Tea Party a "religious" movement? Religiosity in the Tea Party versus the religious right.
    Braunstein, Ruth, and Malaena Taylor (2017)
    Sociology of Religion 78:1: 33-59.

    Analyzes 2010 U.S.A. telephone survey data. Unlike the religious right, the Tea Party movement mobilized a more religiously heterogeneous set of people.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.
  • The attitudes toward gender roles in conservative Christian contexts scale: A psychometric assessment.
    Penya, Lynette Sharp, Suzanne Fournier Macaluso, and Garry Bailey (2016)
    Review of Religious Research 58:1: 165-182.

    Develops a scale measuring gender role traditionalism in a conservative Christian context.

    Associated Search Terms: Scale; Conservative, U.S.A.; Gender role
  • Conservative Protestantism and anti-evolution curricular challenges across states.
    Johnson, David R., Christopher P. Scheitle, and Elaine Howard Ecklund (2016)
    Social Science Quarterly 97:5: 1227-1244.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Education; Evolution
  • Wage differentials in the United States: Does religious participation matter?
    Beck, Sedefka V. (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:3: 558-578.

    Analyzes 2003 & '05 panel interview data from non-Hispanic U.S. adults. Practice suppressed wages of mainline Protestants; low participation predicted lower wages for conservative Protestant men & higher wages for Catholic women.

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; Gender; Liberal Protestant, U.S.A..; Panel study; Practice; Stratification; Catholic, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Political engagement meets the Prosperity Gospel: African American Christian Zionism and Black church politics.
    Baumann, Roger (2016)
    Sociology of Religion 77:4: 359-385.

    Based on fieldwork in a conservative Zionist Black church in the northeast U.S.A. & events staged by Christians United for Israel, & follow-up interviews.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; Zionism; Prophetic-priestly; Participant observation; Conservative, U.S.A.; African Americans; Prosperity Gospel, U.S.A.
  • Bridging alone: Religious conservatism, marital homogamy, and voluntary association membership.
    Kim, Young-Il (2016)
    Review of Religious Research 58:1: 47-73.

    Analyzes 1992-94 (2nd wave) National (U.S.A.) Survey of families and Households data. Conservative religious homogamy, paired with belief in biblical authority & inerrancy, increases membership in religious groups & reduces wives' membership in secular organizations.

    Associated Search Terms: Civic engagement; Conservative, U.S.A.; Marriage; Social participation
  • Awash in a sea of faith and firearms: Rediscovering the connection between religion and gun ownership in America.
    Yamane, David (2016)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55:3: 622-636.

    Analyzes 2006-14 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; theological conservatism positively predicts personal hand gun ownership while attendance frequency negatively predicts it.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Gun ownership; Conservative, U.S.A.; Practice; United States
  • Orthodoxy as project: Temporality and action in an American Protestant denomination.
    Brophy, Sorcha A. (2016)
    Sociology of Religion 77:2: 123-143.

    Based on participant observation, interviews, & content analyses of meetings & websites in a conservative U.S.A. Protestant denomination. Orthodoxy is socially constructed in terms of a resisted future.

    Associated Search Terms: Time; Conservative, U.S.A.; Content analysis; Forum; Grounded theory; Internet; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Participant observation
  • God, yoga, and karate.
    Yi, Joseph, and Daniel Silver (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:3: 596-615.

    Analyzes on-line business directories (Yellow pages). Conservative churches concentrate in less educated & minority areas, yoga in more educated & white areas.

    Associated Search Terms: Stratification; Minority; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Culture; Conservative, U.S.A.; Yoga, U.S.A.
  • Outreach and exclusion: Jewish denominational marketing in the early 20th century.
    Ellis, Rachel (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:1: 38-56.

    Reviews reports & publications of American Reform & Conservative Jewish denominations 1910-1955; Reform did not market itself to immigrants, Conservative did. Reform did not want to endanger its American identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Ethnic; Historical; Marketing; Identity; Jewish, Reform, U.S.A.; Jewish, Conservative, U.S.A.; Migration
  • Bible Beliefs, Conservative Religious Identity, and Same-sex Marriage Support: Examining Main and Moderating Effects.
    Perry, Samuel L. (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:4: 792-813.

    Analyzes 2006 U.S.A. interview data. Conservative Christian identity & biblical literalism both independently predict support for gay marriage inversely, controlling for one another & other measures.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Homosexuality; Literalism; Fundamentalist, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • How Academics view Conservative Protestants.
    Yancey, George, Sam Reimer, and Jake O'Connell (2015)
    Sociology of Religion 76:3: 315-336.

    Based on open-ended items in a survey of American professors. Critics of conservative Protestants see them as intolerant, unscientific opponents. "Theological definers" rate them less negatively. Low information respondents lack knowledge of or interest n them. Contact lessens low ratings of conservative Protestants.

    Associated Search Terms: Professor; Prejudice, religious; Contact theory; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • The Spirit Moves West. Korean Missionaries in America.
    Kim, Rebecca Y. (2015)
    New York: Oxford University Press

    Case study of a non-denominational Evangelical Korean mission society in the U.S.A. Responding to Korea's relationship to its "big brother," U.S.A., the missionaries sought to "make history" by saving the U.S. from secularization. After the founder's death, the missionary society began to Americanize.

    Associated Search Terms: Case study; University Bible Fellowship; Sect; Conservative, U.S.A.; Missionary; Typology; Korean Americans; Generations; Korea (South); Participant observation; Authoritarianism; Conservative, Korea (South); Evangelical, U.S.A.; Patriarchy; Race; Evangelical, Korea (South)
  • New Monasticism and the Transformation of American Evangelicalism.
    Markofski, Wes (2015)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    2006-11 open ended interview study of an Evangelical urban monastery in a Midwest U.S.A. city; members were critical of theological individualism & political conservatism. Content analysis of Evangelical books shows contrasting positions in the field.

    Associated Search Terms: Justice; Bourdieu, Pierre; Commune; Conservative/liberal; Content analysis; Culture; Field; Monasticism; Grounded theory; Inner-worldly asceticism; Evangelical, U.S.A.
  • Religion and early marriage in the United States: Evidence from the Add Health study.
    Ueckr, Jeremy E. (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:2: 392-415.

    Analyzes 1991-2004 National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (U.S.A.) data. Mormons & conservative Protestants marry earlier, as do those who had attended largely Mormon or conservative Protestant schools. Frequency of attendance also predicts early marriage, but inversely for Catholics. Salience & literalism predict early marriage.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Catholic, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.; Mormon, U.S.A.; Practice; Salience; Literalism
  • American Evangelicals and conservative politics: Past, present, and future.
    Steensland, Brian, and Eric L. Wright (2014)
    Sociology Compass 8:5: 705-717.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.; Evangelical, U.S.A.
  • God-mediated control and optimism: Exploring variations by denominational affiliation.
    Krause, Neal, and R. David Hayward (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:2: 275-290.

    Analyzes 2001 U.S.A. interview data from senior citizens. Conservative Protestant seniors are more optimistic than others.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Gerontology; Optimism
  • Red states, blue states, and divorce; Understanding the impact of conservative Protestantism on regional variation in divorce rates.
    Glass, Jennifer, and Philip Levchak (2014)
    American Jouranl of Scoiology 119:4: 1002-1046.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecology; Divorce; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Red State Religion
    Wuthnow, Robert (2014)
    Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Historical; Politics, U.S.A.; United States, Kansas
  • Truly inclusive or uniformly liberal? An analysis of the politics of the Emerging Church.
    Burge, Ryan P., and Paul A. Djupe (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:3: 636-651.

    Analyzes 2009 survey data from Protestant clergy; Emergent Church clergy are politically more liberal than others.

    Associated Search Terms: Emerging church; Conservative/liberal; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.; Clergy
  • So Many Christians, So Few Lions: Is There Christianophobia in the United States?
    Yancey, George, and David A. Williamson (2014)
    Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

    Analyzes 2012 National (U.S.A.) Election Survey data. Focuses on prejudice against conservative protestants. Anti-fundamentalists tend to be white, well-educated, & wealthy. A second on-line survey of political anti-conservative Christians groups confirmed the finding.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice, anti-religious; Conservative, U.S.A.; Education; United States; United States
  • The growing social and moral conflict between consevative Protestantism and science.
    Evans, John H. (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52:2:368-385.

    Analyzes 1984-2010 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; an increase in opposition to science has occurred among biblical literalists.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Science; Literalism; Fundamentalist, U.S.A.
  • Reading the Bible in America: The moral and political attitude effect.
    Franzen, Aaron B. (2013)
    Review of Religious Reseach 55:3:393-411.

    Analyzes 2007 Baylor Religion Survey data (U.S.A.) from Christians who had a clear view about the Bible. Bible reading predicts conservative views among literalists & liberal views among non-literalists.

    Associated Search Terms: Bible reading; Conservative/liberal; Literalism; Politics, U.S.A.
  • Religion and Regional Culture: Embedding Religious Commitment within Place.
    Wellman, James K., Jr., and Katie E. Corcoran (2013)
    Sociology of Religion 74:4: 496-520.

    Based on interviews & focus groups in western Oregon & western Washington, in conservative & liberal Protestant churches. Religion in general is in perceived tension with the regional environment, but Evangelical religion more so.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative/liberal; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Focus group; Regionalism; Place; Tension; United States, Pacific Northwest; United States, Oregon; United States, Washington
  • The Spirit's Tether. Family, Work, and Religion among American Catholics.
    Konieczny, Mary Ellen (2013)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Based on 2000-02 field work in 2 Midwest U.S.A. Catholic parishes, one liberal & one conservative. Models of church are transposed into family life. Traditionalists rejected the modernized Church of their childhood while progressives accepted pre-conciliar religious commitment but not its cultural trappings.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Ritual; Justice; Birth control; Authority; Abortion; Participant observation; Traditionalism; Moral; Socialization; Conservative/liberal; Comparative; Family; Habitus; Life histories; Work; Catholic, U.S.A.; Women; Parish
  • What Motivates Cultural Progressives: Understanding Opposition to the Political and Christian Right.
    Yancey, George, and David A. Williamson (2012)
    Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.; Conservative/liberal
  • Conservative Protestants, early transitions to adulthood, and the intergenerational transmission of class.
    Fitzgerald, Scott T., and Jennifer L. Glass (2012)
    Research in the Sociology of Work 23: 49-72.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Socialization; Stratification
  • Trust in a "fallen world": The case of Protestant theological conservatism.
    Hempel, Lynn M., Todd Matthews, and John Bartkowski. (2012)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:3: 522-541.

    Analyzes 2008 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) dta; conservative beliefs (authoritative Bible, human depravity, born again, hell) predicted generalized trust inversely, canceling out the effects of religious involvement, which positively predicts trust.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Trust; Conservative, U.S.A.; United States
  • Child discipline and conservative Protestantism: Why the relationship between corporal punishment and child behavior problems may vary by religious context.
    Petts, Richard J., and Ashleigh E. Kysar-Moon (2012)
    Review of Religious Research 54:4: 445-468.

    Analyzes survey data from American families. Only in delimited circumstances does conservative protestant affiliation moderate the negative outcomes of corporal punishment.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Socialization; Corporal punishment; Family
  • Religion and the Sense of Control among U.S. Adults.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and Amy M. Burdette (2012)
    Sociology of Religion 73:1: 1-22.

    Analyzes 1996 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; conservative Protestant adherence, belief in an afterlife, & attendance predict a greater sense of control while biblical literalism & belief in original sin predict a lesser sense of control.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Literalism; Control, sense of; Conservative, U.S.A.; Afterlife; United States; Belief
  • Assessing the racial views of white conservative Protestants: Who do we compare with whom?
    Taylor, Marylee C., and Stephen M. Merino (2011)
    Public Opinion Quarterly 75:4: 761-778.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Race
  • Left Behind?: The Conservative Protestant Gap in Educational Attainment.
    Stokes, Charles E. (2011)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas, Austin.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Education
  • Compromising Scholarship. Religious and Political Bias in American Higher Eduction.
    Yancey, George (2011)
    Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press.

    Based on questionnaire data from U.S. sociologists, readings of sociologists' blogs, & questionnarie data from U.S. professors in humanities & various sciences other than sociology. Finds bias against political conservatives, Evangelicals, & fundamentalists.

    Associated Search Terms: Tolerance; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Professor; Prejudice, religious; Conservative, U.S.A.; Education; Fundamentalist, U.S.A.; Sociologists
  • Religion and Infant Mortality in the U.S.: A Preliminary Study of Denominational Variations.
    Bartkowski, John P., Xiaohe Xu, and Ginny E. Garcia (2011)
    Religions 2:3: 264-276. www.mdpi.com/journal/religions

    U.S. county-level data show conservative Protestant & Catholic contexts are associated with lower infant morality rates, Pentecostal with higher.

    Associated Search Terms: Health; Infant mortality; Catholic, U.S.A.; Conservative/liberal; Pentecostal, U.S.A.
  • Go Forth and Multiply: Revisiting Religion and Fertility in the United States, 1984-2008.
    Borch, Casey, Matthew West, and Gordon Gauchat (2011)
    Religions 2:4: 469-484. www.mdpi.com/journal/religions

    General Social Survey data show Catholic and conservative Protestant fertility rates higher than that of liberal Protestant population.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic; Protestant, U.S.A.; United States; Conservative/liberal; Fertility
  • Does conservative Protestantism moderate the association between corporal punishment and child outcomes?
    Ellison, Christopher G., Marc A. Musick, and George W. Holden (2011)
    Journal of Marriage and Family 73: 946-961.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Corporal punishment; Family; Socialization
  • Faith and Money: How Religion Contributes to Wealth and Poverty.
    Keister, Lisa A. (2011)
    Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Develops a model for the impact of religious identification on wealth accumulation of American Conservative Protestants, Black Protestants, Mainline Protestants, white Catholics, Hispanic Catholics, Jews, & others. A chapter examines denominations (Mormons & Mainline Protestant denominations).

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage/divorce; Mormon, U.S.A.; Mobility (vertical); Latino Americans; Generations; Fertility; Family; Education; Economic; Conservative, U.S.A.; Catholic, U.S.A.; African Americans; United States; Stratification; Protestant (mainline), U.S.A..; Jewish, U.S.A.
  • Moral Ambition: Mobilization and Social Outreach in Evangelical Megachurches.
    Elisha, Omri (2011)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Based on ethnographic field work in Knoxville, Tennessee. Portrays obstacles impeding involvement of Evangelical Megachurches in social services & outreach to the poor.

    Associated Search Terms: Charities; Conservative, U.S.A.; United States, Tennessee, Knoxville; Social services; Participant observation; Megachurch; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Activism
  • The Liberalization of Young Evangelicals: A Research Note.
    Smith, Buster G., and Byron Johnson (2010)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49:2: 351-360.

    Analyzes Baylor Religion Survey data; finds no liberalization among young Evangelicals, save on environmentalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Evangelical, U.S.A.
  • Who's Right About the Right? Comparing Competing Explanations of the Link between White Evangelicals and Conservative Politics in the United States.
    Brint, Steven, and Seth Abrutyn (2010)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49:2: 328-350.

    Analyzes 2000-04 National Election Studies (U.S.A.) data; moral traditionalism as a variable attenuated the predictive effects of Evangelicalism.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Moral; Traditionalism; Politics, U.S.A.; United States
  • Religious Affiliation and Participation as Determinants of Women's Educational Attainment and Wages.
    Lehrer, Evelyn L. (2010)
    In Christopher G. Ellison and Robert A. Hummer (eds.) Religion, Families, and Health. Population-Based Research in the United States. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 186-205.

    Analyzes 1995 survey data from American women. Jewish religiosity predicts more educational attainment & income, conservative Protestant less.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Economic; Education; Jewish, U.S.A.; Stratification; Women
  • Childhood Religious Denomination and Early Adult Asset Accumulation.
    Keister, Lisa A. (2010)
    In Christopher G. Ellison and Robert A. Hummer (ed.) Religion, Families, and Health. Population-Based Research in the United States. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 164-185.

    Analyzes 1985-2000 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (U.S.A.) data. Jews accumulated more wealth, though less so in home ownership, while conservative Protestants accumulated less, net of statistical controls.

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; Conservative, U.S.A.; Jewish, U.S.A.; Young adults; Stratification
  • Race bridging for Christ? Conservative Christians and Black-white relations in community life.
    Lichterman, Paul, Prudence L. Carter, and Michelle Lamont (2009)
    In Steven G. Brint and Jean Reith Schmoedel (eds.) Evangelicals and Democracy in America, Volume One:Religion and Society. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 187-220.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Race
  • Conservative Protestants and the Increasing Republican Party Identification of American Voters, 1972-2006.
    Hout, Michael, and Andrew M. Greeley (2009)
    In Steven Brint and Jean Reith Schroedel (eds.) Evangelicals and Democracy in America, Vol. 2: Religion and Politics. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 57-82.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.
  • Moral Values Politics: The Emergence of an Electoral System.
    Brint, Steven, and Seth Abrutyn (2009)
    In Steven Brint and Jean Reith Schroedel (eds.) Evangelicals and Democracy in America, Vol. 2: Religion and Politics. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 105-140.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Evangelical, U.S.A.; Politics, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Politicized Evangelicalism and Secular Elites; Creating a Moral Order.
    Williams, Rhys H. (2009)
    In Steven Brint and Jean Reith Schroedel (eds.) Evangelicals and Democracy in America, Vol. 2: Religion and Politics. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 143-178.

    Associated Search Terms: Evangelical, U.S.A.; Conservative, U.S.A.; Moral; Politics, U.S.A.
  • Conservative Churches and Fertility Innovation: A Cultural-ecological Approach to the Second Demographic Transition among Nonblacks in the United States.
    Morrison, Emory (2009)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48:1: 103-120.

    1990 U.S. Census county-level data show the presence of conservative church contributes to higher fertility by affecting the timing of parenting.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Fertility; Ecology; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Conservative Protestants on chldren and parenting.
    Bartkowski, John P., and Christopher G. Ellison (2009)
    In Don S. Browning and Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore (eds.) Children and Childhood in American Religions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 42-55.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Family; Socialization
  • Discipline and cherish: Conservative Protestant perspectives on children and parenting.
    Bartkowski, John P., and Christopher G. Ellison (2009)
    In Don S. Browning and Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore (eds.) Children and Childhood in American Religions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 42-55.

    Associated Search Terms: Children; Conservative, U.S.A.; Family; Socialization
  • Educational Attainment and Cohort Change among Conservative Protestants, 1972-2004.
    Massengill, Rebekah Peeples (2008)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47:4: 545-562.

    Analyzes 1972-2004 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; conservative Protestants in the white population are not keeping up educationally with other white Protestants, despite gains made in the cohort born 1940-59.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Conservative, U.S.A.
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