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    Presentation to Gulf Coast Humanists on What You Don’t Know About Religion (but Should)

    I recently gave a presentation on my new book to the Gulf Coast Humanists in Venice, FL.  One of the members recorded the audio from the presentation and sent it to me. Presentation to Gulf Coast Humanists

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    Using SPSS and PASW

    Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., et al. 2011. Using SPSS and PASW. https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Using_SPSS_and_PASW You can download this article here.

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    Introduction to Sociology

    Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., et al. 2014. Introduction to Sociology. http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Introduction_to_Sociology You can download this article here.

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    Homosexuality in Popular Secular and Religious Magazines

    Citation: Barringer, Mandi, Steven Knauss, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2010. “Homosexuality in Popular Secular and Religious Magazines.” Respondez! You can download this paper here.

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    Genetic Counselors’ Religiosity & Spirituality: Are Genetic Counselors Different from the General Population?

    Citation: Cragun, Ryan, Amelia Woltanski, Melanie Myers, and Deborah Cragun. 2009. “Genetic Counselors’ Religiosity & Spirituality: Are Genetic Counselors Different from the General Population?” Journal of Genetic Counseling 18(6):551-566. You can download this paper here.

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    Views on Abortion: A Comparison of Female Genetic Counselors and the General Population

    Citation: Woltanski, Amelia R., Ryan T. Cragun, Melanie F. Myers, and Deborah L. Cragun. 2009. “Views on Abortion: A Comparison of Female Genetic Counselors and the General Population.” Journal of Genetic Counseling 18(1):28-41. You can download this paper here.

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    The Future of Textbooks?

    Citation: Cragun, Ryan T. 2007. “The Future of Textbooks?” Electronic Journal of Sociology. This paper can be downloaded here.

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    WP-QDA Marked Text

    About WP-QDA Marked Text is a plugin for WordPress designed for rudimentary Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA).  While there are a number of highly developed programs available for Qualitative Data Analysis (e.g., see here), much of that software is problematic for end users for one of several reasons: QDA software is often very expensive (ranging from […]

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