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  • Religion among scientists in international context: A new study of scienists in eight regions.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, David R. Johnson, Christopher P. Scheitle, Kirstin R.W. Mathews, and Steven W. Lewis (2016)
    Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic world DOI 10.1177/2378023116664353 (online)

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist
  • Spiritualization: Spiritual pluralization and scientists in Italy.
    Sbalchiero, Stefano (2013)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and William H. Swatos, Jr. (eds.) Testing Pluralism. Globalizing Belief, Localizing Gods. Leiden: Brill, pp. 211-231.

    Based on 2012 semi-structured questionnaire responses from Italian physicists & biologists to questions about spirituality.

    Associated Search Terms: Italy; Spirituality; Scientist
  • Scientists Negotiate Boundaries between Religion and Science.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, Jerry Z. Park, and Katherine L. Sorrell (2011)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50:3: 552-569.

    Interview data from 21 U.S.A. reseearch universities suggest that only a minority of scientists see religion always in conflict with science.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Scientist
  • Scientists and Spirituality.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, and Elizabeth Long (2011)
    Sociology of Religion 72:3: 253-274.

    Based on open-ended interviews with 275 U.S. university-based natural & social scientists.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist; Spirituality
  • Atheists and Agnostics Negotiate Religion and Family.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, and Kristen Schultz Lee (2011)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50:4: 728-743.

    Based on 2005-08 interviews with scientists who do not believe in a religion but join religions for the sake of their families & out of a desire for community. See erratum in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51:1 (2012): iv.

    Associated Search Terms: Family; Scientist; Atheist, U.S.A.; Agnostic
  • Science vs. Religion. What Scientists Really Think.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard (2010)
    Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Based on 2005-08 survey & interview data from scientists at elite universities in the U.S.A.

    Associated Search Terms: Professor; Scientist; Science
  • Conflict between Religion and Science among Academic Scientists?
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, and Jerry Z. Park (2009)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48:2: 276-292.

    Analyzes 2005-07 survey data from university-based researchers in natural & social sciences; most see no conflict between science & religion. Spirituality is widespread among them.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Scientist
  • Secularization and Religious Change among Elite Scientists.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, Jerry Z. Park, and Phil Todd Veliz (2008)
    Social Forces 86:4: 1805-1839.

    Analyzes 1969 & 2005 survey data from American academic social & natural scientists.

    Associated Search Terms: Professor; Scientist; Secularization
  • Religion among scientists in international context: A study of scientists in eight regions.
    Elaine Howard Ecklund, David R. Johnson, Christopher P. Scheitle, Kristin R.W. Matthews, and StevenW. Lewis (2007)
    Socius 2: 1-9. DOI: 10.1177/2378023116664353.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist
  • Religion among Academic Scientists: Distinctions, Disciplines, and Demographics.
    Ecklund, Elaine Howard, and Christopher Scheitle (2007)
    Social Problems 54:2: 289-307.

    Associated Search Terms: Professor; Scientist
  • Surveys of Anomalous Experience in Chinese, Japanese, and American Samples.
    McClenon, James (1993)
    Sociology of Religion 54:3: 295-302.

    Analyzes 1986-90 questionnaire data from undergraduate students in 3 nations, & 1981 data from noted American scientists; shows paranormal experiences not related to religious preference or scientific training, & only sporadically related to religiosity.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; Religiosity; Japan; United States; Paranormal; Students, undergraduate; China; Scientist; Experience
  • Some Religious Beliefs of Scientists and the Effect of the Scientific Method.
    Rogers, David Price (1966)
    Review of Religious Research 7: 70-77.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist; Science
  • The Religious Orientations of American Natural Scientists.
    Vaughan, Ted R., Douglas H. Smith, and Gideon Sjoberg (1963)
    Social Forces 44:4: 519-526.

    Analyzes 1959 questionnaire data from male American scientists selected from American Men of Science (1955); shows attendance rates, affiliations, parents' affiliations, etc. Shows a movement away from orthodoxy.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist; Orthodoxy (doctrinal)
  • Religious Beliefs of American Scientists.
    Leuba, James H. (1934)
    Harper's Monthly Magazine 169: 292-300.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist; Belief
  • Scientific Eminence and Church Membership.
    Lehman, Harvey C., and Paul A. Witty (1931)
    Scientific Monthly 33 (December): 544-549.

    Analyzes 1927 American Who's Who & related data.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Stratification; Scientist
  • The Belief in God and Immortality. A Psychological, Anthropological and Statistical Study.
    Leuba, James H. (1916)
    Boston: Sherman & French. [Chicago: Open Court, 1921]

    Chs. 7 & 8 report questionnaire data from students in unnamed U.S. colleges & universities, pertaining to belief in God & immortality; Ch. 9 reports similar data from a sample of American scientists.

    Associated Search Terms: Scientist; Students, undergraduate; Belief
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