How Secular Humanists (and Everyone Else) Subsidize Religion in the United States

Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., Stephanie Yeager, and Desmond Vega. 2012. “Research Report: How Secular Humanists (and Everyone Else) Subsidize Religion in the United States.” Free Inquiry, 39–46. You can download this article here.   This article has inspired several infographics:   Not sure who created these.  If you know who did, please let me know so […]

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In Favor of Relevance: When Religion Studies Matter

Originally posted here. Citation: Cragun, Ryan T. 2012. “In Favor of Relevance: When Religion Studies Matter.” ASA Footnotes, April, 10. This article can be downloaded here.

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Repackaging Humanism as ‘Spirituality’: Religion’s New Wedge Strategy for Higher Education

Citation: Cragun, Ryan, and Barry A. Kosmin. 2011. “Repackaging Humanism as ‘Spirituality’: Religion’s New Wedge Strategy for Higher Education.” Free Inquiry, 30–33. This article can be downloaded here.

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American Nones: The Profile of the No Religion Population

Citation: Kosmin, Barry A., Ariela Keysar, Ryan T. Cragun, and Juhem Navarro-Rivera. 2009. American Nones: The Profile of the No Religion Population. Hartford, CT: Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture. This report can be downloaded here.

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On the Receiving End: Discrimination Toward the Non-Religious

Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., Barry A. Kosmin, Ariela Keysar, Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael E. Nielsen. 2012. “On the Receiving End: Discrimination Toward the Non-Religious.” Journal of Contemporary Religion 27(1):105–127. This paper can be downloaded here.

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‘One Person’s Apostate is Another Person’s Convert’: Reflections on Pro-Religion Hegemony in the Sociology of Religion

Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., and Joseph H. Hammer. 2011. “‘One Person’s Apostate is Another Person’s Convert’: Reflections on Pro-Religious Hegemony in the Sociology of Religion.” Humanity & Society 35(February/May):149-175. This paper can be downloaded here.

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Extending Religion-Health Research to Nontheistic Minorities: Issues and Concerns

Citation: Hwang, Karen, Joseph H. Hammer, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2011. “Extending Religion-Health Research to Nontheistic Minorities: Issues and Concerns.” Journal of Religion and Health 50(3):608-22. This paper can be downloaded here.

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